Hydra application skeleton
This is an application for Hydra, the cozy RESTfull PHP5.3 micro-framework. See https://github.com/z7/hydra
There is a main configuration file - /app/config.php, where you can adjust the settings to your likes.
To adjust core config options, you'll have to edit /web/index.php.
You should give web server write access ONLY to this folder and its contents.
The /data/web subfolder will store uploaded files accesible at an address of the form http://example.com/vendor/data/ASSETS
Store all your public assets (images, css, js) there.
If you use 3rd party libraries, use CDN, like https://developers.google.com/speed/libraries/devguide If there is no CDN for your lib, then drop it in it's own /web/vendor/LIBRARY-NAME subfolder.
If you need to serve dynamic assets, append a '.php' extension.
Example: to serve a http://example.com/js/dynamic.js?foo=bar create a /web/js/deynamic.js.php file like this:expires(60 * 60 * 24, true); // cache response for 1 day ?>
Store hooks in directly in src folder.
Store all application classes here.
IMPORTANT: Use App namespace. For example, a \App\Controller\SampleController class should be stored in src/App/Controller/SampleController.php.
Store all your Twig views here.
Store 3rd party Hydra plugins here Each plugin may contain the following:
src/ folder with classes. The plugin is responsable for registering classes with autoloader. If it provides public controllers, routes should be explicitly registered as well.
web/ folder with web assets, accesible at http://example.com/plugins/PLUGIN-NAME/ASSETS 3rd party libraries should be placed in a web/vendor/ subfolders.
hooks/ folder with any number of *.hook.php files (auto-detected).
views/ folder (templates should be explicitly registered).
vendor/ PHP libraries.
composer.json file if the plugin has PHP dependecies (see vendor/ libs).
Plugins may be nested in subfolder, but in this case the "web" directory should be served by the plugin itself.
If you have method or service declarations in your hook files, create src/ide_helper.php file with php docs describing your method signatures.