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July 26, 2006, 2:32 pm
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a-la widgets. Part of this functionality is that I'd like to expose
generate the needed code along with the HTML.
I've done a lot of server side generating and program state hackery
functionality from the dojo toolkit, so I have a nice set of functions
to work with.
What I'd like is perhaps some input or a discussion on what could be
some best practices in achieving this with PHP.
provide before rendering the final page and place it at the top of the
The most complicated question is how will I expose all the events and
scenarios I want to have my classes generate code for? In PHP, what is
the best way to code a model to allow instantiated objects to perform a
"when this is clicked, do this with this object over here"? Smells
like an event-handling model, but that doesn't exist in PHP. And I
certainly don't want to have to go subclassing every widget I use for
each page! Hah.
Details, options and the implications of each one are really what I'd
like to explore...
Thanks to all who reply!
What I'm after is a way of essentially coding PHP objects that then get
The dojo toolkit I mentioned is one such framework but does not provide
the solution I am looking for. You may be better served by re-reading
my question again. Should you need any clarification, please ask as
I'm sure it would help others.
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