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xmodule

easiest modular PHP framework...

Core modules

Database Database module for easy access database or generating queries via active records. Database connection can be set in app/config.php $db=module('database'); $db will be object with all active records from CodeIgniter Database class <?php

            
$db=module('database');
            
//selecting all posts from posts table
$posts=$db->query("SELECT * FROM posts")->result_array();
            
print_r($posts);
            

?>

        

<?php

            
$db=module('database');
            
//preparing data for insert
$for_insert=array(
    'title'=>'Simple post title',
    'description'=>'Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua...',
    'created'=>date('Y-m-d H:i:s')
);
            
//inserting record in posts table
if($db->insert('posts',$for_insert)){
    echo 'record inserted in database';
}
            

?>

        

EllisLab, Inc. https://ellislab.com/ Language Language module is for easy adding multilanguage site logic. Language files can be stored in "app/languages/" folder and need to be JSON file. $language=module('language'); $language will return object with all keys of language fales and method for loading diferent language. <?php

            
$language=module('language');
            
//loading language file
$language->load('en');
            

?>

        

<?php

            
//init language module
$language=module('language');
            
//loading language file
$language->load('en');
            
//adding language keys in $lang variable
$lang=$language->lang;
            

?>

<h1>

<?php echo $lang->welcome; ?> - <?php echo $lang->site_name; ?>

</h1>

        

Mihajlo Siljanoski https://mk.linkedin.com/in/msiljanoski Rest Rest module will provide JSON response for API services or ajax calls. $rest=module('rest'); $rest will be an object with "response()" method. <?php


//init rest module
$rest=module('rest');

//example of use for regular response
$rest->response(array('msg'=>'User registered!'));
            

?>

        

<?php


//init rest module
$rest=module('rest');

//example of use for error response
$rest->response(array('msg'=>'User already registered!'),false);
            

?>

        

Mihajlo Siljanoski https://mk.linkedin.com/in/msiljanoski URL URL module can be used for URL helping, redirections, handling URI segments etc. $url=module('url'); $url will return object with a lot methods. <?php


//init url module
$url=module('url');

//example of use base_url() method
$url->base_url();

//will return base path of framework instalation ex. http://localhost/mysite/
            

?>

        

<?php


//init url module
$url=module('url');

//example of use current_url() method
$url->current_url();

//will return current url path of currently opened page 
//ex. http://localhost/mysite/products/school/notebook?id=1
            

?>

        

<?php


//init url module
$url=module('url');

//example of use site_url() method
$url->site_url('products/school');

//will return base path with page URI path 
//ex. http://localhost/mysite/products/school
            

?>

        

<?php


//init url module
$url=module('url');

//example of use redirect() method
if(/check for logged user/){
    //some code
}
else{
    $url->redirect('user/login');
}
            

?>

        

<?php


//init url module
$url=module('url');

//example of use segment() method
$url_segment=$url->segment(4);

//if we have url like this http://mypage.com/category/products/school/notebook/cart
//$url_segment will be notebook , 5 will be cart, 2 will be products etc...

                        

?>

        

Mihajlo Siljanoski https://mk.linkedin.com/in/msiljanoski User With User module you can do a lot of things associated with users functionalities. $user=module('user'); $user object will contains following methods: <?php


//init user module , this also will create 2 tables in databse for users
$user=module('user');

//example for creating new user

$new_user = $user->create(
    array(
        'username' => 'testuser',
        'password' => 't35tp@$w0rd',
        //'role'=>'admin',//optional default is 'user'
        'more' => array(  //optional if you like to add dynamicly more infos about that user
            'email'=> 'john.smith@example123.mk',
            'name' => 'John',
            'surname' => 'Smith',
            'address' => 'Partizanski Odredi bb',
            'city' => 'Skopje',
            'country' => 'Macedonia',
            'another_field' => 'bla bla 1',
            'and_another_field' => 'bla bla 2'
        )
    )
);

//now printing inserted user data in database.
//note: password will be stored in db as an md5 hash string 
print_r($new_user);

?>

        

<?php


//init user module 
$user=module('user');

//example for updaing existing user.., very similar as insert
//first parametar is user_id we want to update

$updateduser=$user->update(7,array(
    'more'=>array(
        'another_field'=>false,//to delete from more
        'surname'=>'Smith',//to delete from more
        'name'=>'George'
    )
));

//now printing updated user data in database.
print_r($updateduser);

?>

        

<?php


//init user module 
$user=module('user');

//example for deleting existing user..
//first parametar is user_id we want to delete

$user->delete(4);

?>

        

<?php


//init user module 
$user=module('user');

//example for fatching user/s data from db..
//first parametar is user_id we want to fatch

$oneUser = $user->get(7);

print_r($users);

//example if we like to fatch all users with role "admin"

$users = $user->get('admin','role');

print_r($users);

?>

        

<?php


//init user module 
$user=module('user');

//example for using "is_logged", "auth" and "get_auth_user" methods..
if(!$user->is_logged()){
    if($user->auth('testuser','t35tp@$w0rd')){
        print_r($user->get_auth_user());
    }
    else{
        echo 'auth failed!';
    }
}

?>

        

<?php


//init user module 
$user=module('user');

//init url module
$url=module('url');

//example for using "destroy" user session method..

if($url->segment(2)=='logout'){
    $user->destroy();
    $url->redirect('user/login');
}

?>

        

Mihajlo Siljanoski https://mk.linkedin.com/in/msiljanoski View View module can be used for loading view or parts of view on some page. $view=module('view'); $view will return object with a 2 methods: "load" and "get". Every method has 2 arguments: path to template file and data needs on view. <?php


//init view module
$view=module('view');

//example of use get() method
$content=$view->get('themes/dark/header.php',array('title'=>'Example website'));
echo $content

//example of use load() method
$view->load('themes/dark/header.php',array('content'=>'...example content...'));
            

?>

        

Mihajlo Siljanoski https://mk.linkedin.com/in/msiljanoski

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