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README.md

Welcome to PIMF Blog bundle using MySQL

This Blog is a run ready bundle, which uses PIMF framework including a blog application based on MySQL database. The session will be stored at SQLite database. Here you can learn how to work with Pimf\EntityManager, Pimf\Util\Validator and Pimf\View.

System Requirements

This bundle has system requirements to PHP's extensions: "PDO", "pdo_mysql" and "pdo_sqlite". The extentions have to be compiled within your PHP. Please check by executing php -m on you command interface - and take a look for them. If they are there than everything will be fine - otherwise please navigate to http://www.php.net/manual/pdo.setup.php and find out how to recompile them to your PHP version.

Installation & Configuration

1.) Clone the repository

  git clone --recursive https://github.com/gjerokrsteski/pimf-blog-mysql.git

2.) Change to the root directory

  cd pimf-blog-mysql/

3.) Update all submodules

  git submodule --quiet sync
  git submodule --quiet update --force --init --recursive

4.) Please configure your database connection at app/MyFirstBlog/config.app.php according to you system needs.

  /*
  |------------------------------------------------------------------------
  | Production environment settings
  |------------------------------------------------------------------------
  */
  'production' => array(
    'db' => array(
      'driver' => 'mysql',
      'host' => 'localhost',
      'database' => 'db_blog',
      'username' => 'root',
      'password' => '',
    ),
  ),

5.) Create a blog database and table. Please execute this at you MySQL.

  CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS db_blog;

  USE db_blog;

  CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS blog (
    `id` INTEGER(10) PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT,
    `title` VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL,
    `content` TEXT NOT NULL
  ) ENGINE=InnoDB;

6.) Initialize PIMF and follow the instructions

  php pimf core:init

7.) Finally create one or more test entries at your blog.

  php pimf blog:insert

8.) Navigate to your application in a web browser. If all is well, you should see a pretty PIMF splash page. Get ready - there is lot more to learn!

Alternatively you can run the PHP's built-in web server that is provided since PHP 5.4.0

   php -S 127.0.0.1:1337

Please notice: this web server was designed to aid application development. It may also be useful for testing purposes or for application demonstrations that are run in controlled environments. It is not intended to be a full-featured web server. It should not be used on a public network.

Learning PIMF

One of the best ways to learn PIMF is to read through the entirety of its documentation. This guide details all aspects of the framework and how to apply them to your application. https://github.com/gjerokrsteski/pimf/wiki

Read the PIMF book almost anywhere. Available as a PDF, EPUB and MOBI. You can now read it on all devices, as well as offline: https://leanpub.com/pimf-starter/