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Creating a Flat-File Blog Engine Using Slim
June 19, 2012 @ 08:48:15

On the NetTus.com site today there's a new tutorial showing how to use the Slim microframework to create a flat-file blog system as a stand alone PHP application.

In this article, we will learn how to create a flat file blog engine in PHP using the Slim framework. If you don't understand the jargon, don't worry. We're simply going to create a spartan blogging application, which utilizes text files instead of a database to store data. If you're a beginner, fret not! We will start with the basics of using Slim.

He introduces the Slim framework with a simple route handling to render a basic PHP page (an "About" page), setting variables to output to the template, setting up dynamic routes and creating the setup for the blogging engine (viewing articles, archives and a listing page).

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