This post continues comparison of ATK and Symfony 2.0. This post is based on features described in Quick tour – page 3
This post continues comparison of ATK and Symfony 2.0. This post is based on features described in Quick tour – page 2
Based on PHP5.3 – symfony 2.0 is coming soon. They provide a very good review of the cool stuff they pack in v2. I decided to write an article comparing those with similar features of ATK4.
I am glad to announce that ATK3.8 based on the changes I have previously mentioned as “pathfinder branch” are now been made into 3.8rc1 release. This will be one of the few releases we will have before going into 4.0
BTW: Further ATK repository is stored at ActiveState FireFly:
Often problem in a project is slightly customising existing template. This normally requires to change template/…./shared.html file by saving it locally and updating paths manually. There is a way coming to workaround it.
I have came across old code in the Form and Field implementation and it’s basically implementing form submit when enter is clicked. I was thinking about what would be the right behavior. Therefore I am calling to your opinion here.
This post continues to explain how to use JS most efficiently in ATK. Read first part first.
I have been working on a refactoring in a separate branch. Right now it looks stable, so I’m putting more details in here:
(you can try new branch by using svn switch)
Half year ago we have introduced jQuery / Chain into amodules3. It allows us to clean up a lot of older code and at the same time give developers a way to do many new things in a flexible way.
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- Checking password strength with CrackLib
- Creating beautiful URLs with Agile Toolkit
- Security model
- New features of DB and dsql planned for ATK 4.0
- Lightweight CMS in ATK (video)
- Symfony 2.0 vs ATK3.8 – part 5 – Architecture and beyond
- Symfony 2.0 vs ATK3.8 – part 4 – Bundles, Users, DB
- Symfony 2.0 vs ATK3.8 – part 3 – The Controller
- Symfony 2.0 vs ATK3.8 – part 2 – The View