[Phpmyadmin-devel] Templating project

Michael Keck sfnet at michaelkeck.de
Tue Feb 1 14:38:57 CET 2011

Hi all,

templating would be good idea, I know, we've discussion last year.
Today, I'm using templates on every project I'm developing and I've build a
small easy to use template engine based on simple php-code.

It means: we can use all php function if needed in templates, but I prefer
html-parts with simple embedded php.
Things like caching or pre-compiling is not needed by my solution, but
caching is an optional things which could be enabled. So with this, there
would be not a problem with server restriction for writing files.
What I often use is the browser caching routines for javascripts and
style sheets, so we could improve performance.

It's really fast, easy to use, no learning for extra template syntax.
Templating would improve PMA much:
- we can re-use often parts like navigation, panels, forms
- makes theming and designing easier for non php-programmers
- makes php functions clearer and cleaner
- faster development
- templating is the 1st step to OOP and framework based PMA


Am 01.02.2011 11:10, schrieb Michal Čihař:
> Hi
> Dne Mon, 31 Jan 2011 21:26:34 +0530
> Anirvana Mishra <anidps at gmail.com> napsal(a):
>> Templating project is also in the list of potential ideas for GSoC 2011 :)
> I know, but the other documentation is not the same, that's why I
> mentioned that.
>> If it's doable in 2-3 months(I would like you to tell me that) then I would
>> surely like to submit a proposal for it.
> I have no experience in converting existing code to templates, so it's
> hard to tell for me, sorry.
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