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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Autogenerate CRUD Apps with Phreeze
May 30, 2014 @ 12:45:02

On the SitePoint PHP blog today Taylor Ren has shared a tutorial about using Phreeze to easily create CRUD applications for a MySQL backend. Phreeze is made up of three parts: an MVC handler, an ORM for database interaction and the "Phreeze Builder" to generate the application code.

Back in the times of Symfony 1.x, the framework had a powerful backend module to help the developers and site administrators create a good enough app and provide necessary CRUD features to manage the database (and save us from using PHPMyAdmin). [...] In this article, we will take a look at Phreeze, a simple and easy to use PHP framework that can help us generate a MySQL CRUD backend app. I will use my book collection test site as the underlying database. Please refer to my Data Fixtures in Symfony2 article for more details on the database structure.

He walks you through the installation of Phreeze (downloaded from GitHub) and what the first page should look like when pulled up in a browser. The wizard helps with the database setup and lets you pick the tables to generate models for as well as a few other application options. He shows how to integrate this generated code with a simple Symfony2-based application and easily allow for working with the database contents. He modifies the Symfony2 code to handle some additional options to pass into the generated code and talks some about the API interface Phreeze generates automatically.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/autogenerate-crud-apps-phreeze/

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