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PhpBURN Forum Beta

We created a PhpBURN Forum to bring people closer to talk and ask about PhpBURN features and more. Check it out at http://forum.phpburn.com

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Using Multiple DBMS (databases) as One

How to extend models from different databases Using PhpBURN you can extend a MySQL model using a MSSQL model… how? Let me show you: In system/config/model.php you can configure as many packages you want with lots of information such as host, database, username, password, dialect, etc… So let’s use an example using two packages, the first one will be a MySQL package running in...

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MySQL Reverse Engineer – Beta

We’ve added a nice MySQL Reverse Engineer Beta support and after feedbacks about this improvement we will extend it to all current drivers and also to new ones ( Oracle, SQLite and Mongo ). To work with reverse engineer is pretty easy, you just run reverse.php that is already in you generated application or create a script with this content: ################################ #...

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PhpBURN vs Doctrine – Setting, Retreiving, Finding and More

Now we are going to show the differences between PhpBURN vs Doctrine when we are trying to work with it, search, find, get, set things into the database. First let’s see PhpBURN in action: /* PhpBURN */ $user = new User(); $user->username = 'john'; $user->password = 'password'; $user->save(); $user->username = 'john'; $user->find(); echo $user->username; // prints...

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PhpBURN vs Doctrine – Model Construction

I’m going to do a little comparative between PhpBURN vs Doctrine, showing strongest points in PhpBURN in relation to that we consider the bigest ORM framework in market. The goal here it’s to show that when you use PhpBURN you have already set all your needs like persistend methods and all “stuff” then you don’t need to keep setting facade methods, you just go using...

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Wellcome to PhpBURN’s World

Wellcome to PhpBURN's World

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