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PHPMaster.com:
Openbiz Cubi A Robust PHP Application Framework, Part 2
May 22, 2013 @ 10:27:16

PHPMaster.com has posted the second part of their look at the Openbiz Cubi framework (part one here), this time focusing on the code - mostly XML - that you'll need to create your own custom module.

In the first part of this series we talked about the development challenges we face and how Openbiz Cubi can help by providing a solid, ready-to-use web application framework. In this part we'll see how to build our own module and dive a bit deeper into the core architecture of the framework.

They include the SQL you'll need to run to create a new table for the "Customer" module they're going to help you build. With that in place, they walk you through the command to execute to make the module skeleton, the locations of the XML files to work with and the contents of each. Included in the module are things like a data object, a module description file and the form object. He finishes up the post with a look at the overall flow of the Cubi execution so you know where each piece falls.

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