THREAD: Summer 2018 | Project 1
  1. 07-22-2018, 12:03 PM
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    This is the first Project that will be released, after i fix a few things and tidy up the code. ^_^




    The UI Used was You must login or register to view this content.

    Which was new to me, but looks beautiful nevertheless.

    Will be available on my github Soon (Probably like 3-5 Hours)

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    Please Note I haven't added much security to this so be aware to do this yourself.

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    Last edited by Algebra ; 08-16-2018 at 04:09 PM.

  2. 07-30-2018, 12:54 PM
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    Originally Posted by AssureCircuitry View Post
    Ive installed, laravel but its still baffling to me, even to Do a simple Hello World lol, that shows where i am with MVC. ¯\_(ツWinky Winky_/¯


    Well, the basics of MVC (model, view, controller) are simple:

    Model: Handles the "heavy lifting" in your application, such as database querying, and passes data back for a view.
    View: Shows the output of the last request, and receives data for the next request.
    Controller: Handles incoming requests, and transfers data into the necessary models.

    To do a simple "hello world", models would not be required. You would set up a route (such as /hello-world), configure that to use a controller method (like HelloController@show) and return the view (which would say Hello World!).

    The more you play with it, the faster you will pick it up.
  3. 07-30-2018, 01:11 PM
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    Originally Posted by JB View Post
    Well, the basics of MVC (model, view, controller) are simple:

    Model: Handles the "heavy lifting" in your application, such as database querying, and passes data back for a view.
    View: Shows the output of the last request, and receives data for the next request.
    Controller: Handles incoming requests, and transfers data into the necessary models.

    To do a simple "hello world", models would not be required. You would set up a route (such as /hello-world), configure that to use a controller method (like HelloController@show) and return the view (which would say Hello World!).

    The more you play with it, the faster you will pick it up.


    Ive got a whole summer, (Im fron the UK) so ill give it try but atm im makign this source more secure, Thanks a bunch though
  4. 08-16-2018, 04:10 PM
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    Spoiler:

    Originally Posted by AssureCircuitry View Post
    This is the first Project that will be released, after i fix a few things and tidy up the code. ^_^




    The UI Used was You must login or register to view this content.

    Which was new to me, but looks beautiful nevertheless.

    Will be available on my github Soon (Probably like 3-5 Hours)

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    Please Note I haven't added much security to this so be aware to do this yourself.

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    Edited the thread and fixed your github link.

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    Last edited by Algebra ; 08-21-2018 at 09:13 PM.

  5. 08-21-2018, 11:44 AM
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    Originally Posted by Malg0d View Post
    Edited the thread and fixed your github link.

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    Think you misquoted there.
  6. 08-21-2018, 09:12 PM
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    Originally Posted by JB View Post
    Think you misquoted there.


    My apologies man I did indeed I'll edit that now.
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