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Got bacon?

The bacon PHP framework is a lean, clean, simple and fast MVC framework without too much fuzz about it.

Server Requirements:

Installation:

Once you have PHP and composer set up, you can create a skeleton project with the following:

% composer create-project brainsware/bacon-dist project-name

This will download all the necessary software, and create all important directories and sample configuration files for your new project:

Installing brainsware/bacon-dist (1.0)
  - Installing brainsware/bacon-dist (1.0)
    Loading from cache

Created project in project-name
Loading composer repositories with package information
Installing dependencies
  - Installing brainsware/php-markdown-extra-extended (dev-master 1.0)
    Cloning 1.0

  - Installing brainsware/sauce (1.0)
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  - Installing minmb/phpmailer (dev-master df44323)
    Cloning df443234ad0ca10cbf91a0c0a728b256afcab1d1

  - Installing twig/twig (dev-master ba67e2c)
    Cloning ba67e2cf8e2ca6cada1de5a316a724df648c52ac

  - Installing brainsware/bacon (1.0)
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Writing lock file
Generating autoload files

Configuration:

Bacon uses PHP files for storing all of its configurations.

The skeleton project we provide comes with an Intro controller, which is set as the default fallback controller in Config/Base.php

The second config file you will want to look at is Config/Database.php Here are the basic options you will want to set for your database:

'server'   => 'db.dbznet',  # Enter your server host here
'name'     => 'blogDB',     # The name of your database
'type'     => 'mysql',      # Anything your PDO Installation supports. (http://www.php.net/manual/en/pdo.drivers.php)
'username' => 'blogDBuser', # The username you want to connect to your database with
'password' => 'VryScrPswd', # The password.

Bacon does not provide default values for these options. If your application needs a database, you will have to create it and connect Bacon to it via Config/Database.php.