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Published Thursday 1st of December 2011
SleekPHP development has gone a bit slow lately but last night I managed to get quite a lot of work done on the user management.
SleekPHP's user management is database driven and allows any number of users with any number of authorization levels (as opposed to aFramework's that wasn't DB driven and only two users and two auth levels could exist).
In addition to writing the Model, DB, User, UserModel and UsersModel classes I've also written a Form class which all three modules on the login page use.
The form class is used to generate, submit and validate forms consistently across SleekPHP sites.
It's not a core class and could really be used in any project. If you want to see it in action you can check out the RegisterModule. You'll also see how the different model classes are used there.
I'm severely tired so sorry if this doesn't make sense :P
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Published Monday 17th of October 2011
With SleekCMS I'm aiming to create a very flexible CMS that allows users to create any number of content types (similar to node types in Drupal). Each content type can have any number of user defined "fields" (like "thumbnail", or "email" or "whatever").
Contents can be places in hierarchies as each row has a parent_id. The idea is to provide an API so that users easily can display content rows in a number of ways.
There will also be support for tags and attachments (a media library pretty much).
I'm also planning on making the SleekCMS admin a bit of a hub for all kinds of information about your SleekPHP site as well as SleekPHP news and whatnot.
There's loads of work left before it is functional but I hope to finish it and convert AndreasLagerkvist.com too SleekPHP before Christmas. We'll see how that goes :)
Btw: I know it currently looks almost identical to Google+ :P
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