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DevShed:
Defining the Core Structure of a PHP Blogger
November 21, 2006 @ 15:33:00

Yet another new series is starting over at DevShed today with part one of a look at the creation of a blogging application in PHP 5.

Assuming that building a blogger with PHP is really an interesting topic for you, let's learn together how this useful application can be developed in a few easy steps.

These easy steps include:

  • defining the structure of the application
  • creating the insertBlog method
  • creating the updateBlog method
  • creating the deleteBlog method
Each of the above functions provides just the basics of the functionality needed to make a more fully-developed blogging system, but there's more to come in future parts of the series. You can download a zip file of the current code here.

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