Leaf MVC 3
Leaf MVC is a lightweight but feature-rich MVC framework built on top of leaf php. It provides a simple and opinionated structure with a tons of functionality built in.
You can install Leaf MVC v3 with the Leaf CLI
leaf create <project-name> --mvc
Or for a more personalized installation, you can add
--custom to the command
leaf create <project-name> --mvc --custom
You can also use Composer if you don't want to use the Leaf CLI, although we recommend using the CLI for a better experience:
composer create-project leafs/mvc <project-name>
<project-name> is the name of the project you want to create, and that will be your folder name. You can also use
. to install in the current directory.
🗂 Directory Structure
│ │ ├───factories
│ │ ├───migrations
│ │ ├───schema
│ │ └───seeds
│ │ └───public
│ │ └───views
This directory structure is a blend of Ruby on Rails and Laravel
To run your Leaf MVC application, use
php leaf serve
Or with the Leaf CLI
📓 Learning Leaf MVC
- Leaf MVC has a very easy to understand documentation which contains information on all operations in Leaf MVC.
- Since Leaf MVC runs on Leaf, you should check out the Leaf PHP Framework documentation here.
- You can also check out our youtube channel which has video tutorials on different topics
- We are also working on codelabs which will bring hands-on tutorials you can follow and contribute to.
We are glad to have you. All contributions are welcome! To get started, familiarize yourself with our contribution guide and you'll be ready to make your first pull request 🚀.
🤩 Sponsoring Leaf
Your cash contributions go a long way to help us make Leaf even better for you. You can sponsor Leaf and any of our packages on open collective or check the contribution page for a list of ways to contribute.
We will furthermore like to thank our existing supporters, we love you all ❤️