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Add Custom Components to Your PHP Development with PRADO
June 11, 2010 @ 11:19:22

Continuing on with their look at the PRADO framework, has published this new tutorial about adding in custom components to a PRADO-based application.

To develop PRADO Web applications, you instantiate pre-built and application-specific component types, configure them by setting their properties, respond to their events by writing handler functions, and compose them into application tasks. Using a few examples from a demo application, this article demonstrates how to implement custom components into your PHP applications using PRADO.

Their example comes in the form of a login form that uses some of the basic form helpers that come with the framework including textarea generation, input validation, layout helpers and headers/footers.

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