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Randy says separating controller code into another file (controller.php) is probably too advanced for this course. Where could we see an approach to this method? I think it's very interesting and basic for the mvc.
Thanks in advance!
If you're looking for general principle and fancy a new challenge, you could take a look at the ruby on rails courses too! I think I'm right in saying (although don't quote me on this) that web MVC was modelled on app MVC so you can alsooo take a look at iOS Swift things.
If you're looking at php specifically, Laravel (along with many of the well know frameworks) pull in symfony componenets. Symfony is just an epic collection of reusable awesomeness, but the people behind it have also packaged up their own framework. When I first started, I found their website a little tricky to work through, but you might have more luck than me! Ask any questions toooo
Joe Bruno35,909 Points
Hampton interacts with controllers somewhat in the Laravel Basics Course:
Interesting framework, Joe, I'll check it soon.
Thanks for your quick response.
Also! Hampton has just released a new course that uses another php mvc framework called Slim. Check it out here. That's probably more what you're looking for!