March 10-12, 2010
Montreal, Canada

Organizing Your PHP Projects

By using a few simple organizational principles, developers can make their project structure predictable, extensible, and modular. These techniques make it easy to de-conflict and share code between multiple projects. They also make it easy to automate project-support tasks such as testing, documentation, and distribution. This talk will discuss these principles, how they can be discovered from researching publicly available PHP projects, and how they are used (or not used) in popular applications and frameworks.

View all 132 sessions

Paul Jones

Paul is an internationally recognized PHP expert. Among his other accomplishments, Paul is the architect of the Solar framework <htt://solarphp.com> and the creator of the Savant template system <http://phpsavant.com>. He has authored a series of authoritative benchmarks on dynamic framework performance <http://paul-m-jones.com/archives/category/programming/benchmarks>, and was a founding contributor to the Zend Framework <http://framework.zend.com> (the DB, DB_Table, and View components).

Read More

Comments

Please remain courteous and constructive. Comments will be moderated.