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Originally designed for ColdFusion, Fusebox is a methodology for designing web-applications with extensibility and ease of maintenance that is now available for PHP.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Scratching the Surface: Getting Started with PHP Fusebox
  2. Step 1: Setting Up the Core Files
  3. What do the "core files" do?
  4. A Word on FuseDocs
  5. Fusebox Naming Conventions
  6. Picking Up Where We Left Off: Setting Up the Core Files
  7. Using XFAs
  8. Step 2: Creating the "Biography" Circuit
  9. Almost There!
  10. PHP-Fusebox Links
  11. Fusebox Links
By: Mike Britton
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May 29, 2002

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If you have access to a web server running PHP, you have all you need to begin using PHP Fusebox.  Well, almost.

We're going to download the PHP Fusebox core files, and then learn how they work.  Then we'll set up two circuits.  In this case it'll be a simple website with two sections: home and biography.

Now let's set up our application!

First you need to download and copy the core files into the root directory of your application.   These files can be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/php-fusebox/ in their pristine state, ready to be shaped into a new website.

The Core Files:

index.php

DefaultLayout.php

dsp_main.php

fbx_Circuits.php

fbx_Fusebox3.0_PHP4.0.6.php

fbx_Fusebox3.0_PHP4.1.x.php

fbx_Layouts.php

fbx_Settings.php

fbx_Switch.php

fbx_ListFunctions.php

fbx_SaveContent.php



 
 
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