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  1. #51
    Mr. Dew
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    Thanks, that's a great article. Very helpful. :)

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    senthil
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    This article is not that much useful for beginners. In this article, author didn't mention how to create the cakephp app.

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    If you go to the CakePHP website, there are plenty of examples of how to bake a cake .

    I've personally enjoyed using CakePHP thus far. I am not saying it's the best framework and with any framework, you will have people for or against it. I think the biggest thing when evaluating a framework is how it suits the needs of yourself and your application. I think too often many of us get lost in what others say is better and not figuring that out for yourself.

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    Jeremy
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    Nice article, thank you!

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    John
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    It doesn't work after page 1. I created the 2 files mentioned, where they are supposed to be created, and if I navigate to my installation (localhost/cake1/notes/) I get a 404...

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    Mats Faugli
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    John, if you are using apache web server, you must enable the mod_rewrite module (in the httpd.conf file) in order to get these urls to work. Good luck ;-)

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    Justin
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    I appreciate the article, after fighting with mod_rewrite which I googled and found an IBM article which showed the difference between a working and non-working mod rewrite. Everything fell into place.

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    hi, pls delete this comment..
    just to notify that the following line's (.net)'s explanation is irrelevant.

    >>Official CakePHP IRC channel: #cakephp on irc.freenode.net --

    amazing article :)

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    i think you should update this tutorial. the current tutorial is not working with latest version of cakePHP.

    example :

    $html->input is depreceated, it will confuse the reader (since I assume 80% of the reader is beginner)

    $form->input

    thanks & goodluck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flanker View Post
    i think you should update this tutorial. the current tutorial is not working with latest version of cakePHP.

    example :

    $html->input is depreceated, it will confuse the reader (since I assume 80% of the reader is beginner)

    $form->input

    thanks & goodluck
    you mean with the new 1.2 beta?

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    so is this tutorial still valid today for who like me is interested in learning cake ?
    Actually i still don't know if to start with cacke or symfony
    I know that symfony as a huge learning curve but a lot of docs. Still cake now has a new website that has a new community section with a lot of tutorial and they are launching cake 1.2 with a lots of improvements. What do you think?

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    Andres
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    Nice way to start...

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    cake is a wonderful way to develop quick apps.

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    i was choosing my first php framework to use and i read some about symfony ('cause i heard a lot of good things about it) and also i read some about cake. As for symfony i really think it is so useless huge with too many configuration files. So right now i'm studying cake and i find it very rails-like and a lot more concise than symfony. I'm studying the new cake 1.2 beta

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    indianic
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    how can we validate number for example,for validating telephone number,to check whether it is numeric or not?

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    indianic
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    i was working with cake php and i got a problem for validating data such as for validating whether the input data for telephone field is numeric or not?how can i do this?

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    m on page #2,
    Tell me how this is accessible via http://localhost/notes

    I followed the article but I don't see the output as in the article. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhenkel View Post
    Sorry. Couldn't reproduce the first simple exsample. How should the memo screen (http://www.cakephp.dev/notes/) appear after only creating two files (note.php and notes_controller.php) and a databse table? I see only the 404 apache message.

    me too facing the same problem . ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by indianic View Post
    i was working with cake php and i got a problem for validating data such as for validating whether the input data for telephone field is numeric or not?how can i do this?
    http://book.cakephp.org/view/146/phone

    http://book.cakephp.org/view/145/numeric
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    Max
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    Great article. Been into Ruby on Rails already, so it was a very smooth ride for me. Thanks for the work, man!

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    Can someone clarify my doubt on developing commercial applications using cakephp? Let's say I am using this framework and I obviously do not want to give my customers the rights to distribute or sell our source codes. So all the sourcecodes by cakephp is under MIT license and our sourcecodes belong to our property (i.e no one can sell/distribute other than myself)

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    Looks like the $html->(some form component) has been changed to $form->(some form component) in newer versions of CakePHP.

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    What went wrong?..

    I got this error messages on the forms:

    Warning (512): Method HtmlHelper::input does not exist [CORE\cake\libs\view\helper.php, line 143]

    Warning (512): Method HtmlHelper::textarea does not exist [CORE\cake\libs\view\helper.php, line 143]

    Warning (512): Method HtmlHelper::submit does not exist [CORE\cake\libs\view\helper.php, line 143]

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    This article is obsolte. It won't work for Cake 1.2.

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    Yes,it was not working for 1.2.But anyone have tutorial for 1.2?


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