So, thanks to xkcd I learnt about something cool today that’s been around for ages (wish I’d studied more maths….).
It’s here anyway if anyone wants to play… The timings might be a bit of a problem if you create a huge grid with small squares… so be prepared for Internet Exploder to give you some memory leak issues…
Edit: Updated links.
I know there’s already infinite PHP framework out there, trying to be rails; and most of them are doing it really well, I just feel that none of them completely embrace the simplicity of convention over configuration, so I’m trying to build one that ticks all the boxes.
It’s pretty simple so far, and is only a few hundred KB, but I think it’s got some cool features, and maybe even potential.
Like the other stuff it’s under a Creative-Commons SA license and can be found at:
Any opinions, suggestions, contributions would be gratefully received.
MySQL support (using a modified version of the DB class from earlier)
script/server implementation in PHP
Helper association, so if you create a PageHelper class for your Pages controller all the functions will automatically be made ‘global’ (accessible view functionname() instead of Helper::functionname())
Includes mootools in the htdocs folder
The DB doesn’t work quite how I would have imagined it to (well, with PHP 5.3 it might… but I haven’t got it yet…) so currently any models are added to $GLOBALS so that for a Page model, $GLOBALS[‘Page’]->find_by_name(‘dom’), etc would work.
There’s probably some other stuff in there too…