Ah yes, the Intercepting Filters. This is probably the approach I see it all taking - but there's one big problem IMHO. And it's the fact that atleast I want to be as far as possible from any config-files at all(Some will be needed, as always.. and i think the parse_ini()-path is one of the best atm. Or simple XML configs), is that how do we set it all up. Do we have some type of CoR? Or a normal stack-like approach? For example:
Originally Posted by Dr Livingston
The stack is exectued top-to-bottom(FIFO) and if one fails the next one is not executed, etc. Untill we get some type of response. This "RequestResponse" of some typ is passed to the:
-- Intercepting Filter
This "stack" after getting a valid response returns a "HTTPResponse" object that is sent to the client. (Maybee stack isn't the best name here but it's late and I need to go to sleep ;p).
What do you guys think about this approach?
Same here, I'd prefer a more loosleycoupled framework.
Originally Posted by BerislavLopac