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README.md

Flaming Archer

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What is Flaming Archer?

Flaming Archer is a "photo-a-day" application for hackers. It makes it simple to create a 365 day photo project of your own. Simply fork the project, deploy to your own server, run composer install, and voila! You're ready to rock.

Inspiration

Flaming Archer is a photo-a-day application I put together to learn the Slim PHP micro framework. The application has expanded to learning Puppet, rspec, Twig, and Composer, and more. It finally expanded to an application I thought was production ready, and now I'm using it to share my own 365 day photo project.

Documentation

Real documentation is on its way. Here's the quick and dirty.

  • Fork
  • Deploy to your server
  • Make sure your docroot is /public
  • composer install
  • Make sure /db, /logs, templates/cache and /tmp are writeable by the web user
  • Edit the $userConfig portion of /config.php (only available after running composer install)
  • Visit http://your-project-site.com
  • Fill out the setup form
  • SUCCESS!

Contributing

Pull requests and issues are welcome. Please review the CONTRIBUTING.md document before sending a PR.

'Keeping it Small' Presentations

TechCamp Memphis

This project is the basis of my Keeping it Small: Getting to know the Slim micro framework presentation, presented at TechCamp Memphis on November 3, 2012. Slides and video are available.

The presentation was given on revision 8f3d27b

php[tek] 2013

This project is the basis of my Keeping it Small: Getting to know the Slim micro framework presentation, presented at phptek on May 15, 2013. Slides are available.

The presentation was given on revision fb71177

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