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The Singleton and Factory Patterns in PHP - Building a Form Generator Class
December 08, 2005 @ 08:25:07

In the final part of their "The Singleton and Factory Patterns in PHP" series, DevShed has posted this new tutorial on the creation of a form generator class using all of the previous code.

In this final part of the series, Alejandro Gervasio examines a point that he has not taking into consideration so far: that the layout of form elements plays a relevant role within the overall development process. With this in mind, he encapsulates the logic needed to generate web forms by defining a form generator class. This class will implement the form element factory along with all of the required form element classes.

He guides you through the rest of the methods not mentioned previously in the class and puts it "to the test" with a practical example. He finishes it off with the full code for the class all in one place to make grabbing and using it a simple experience...

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