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Prerequisites to understanding CakePHP
narcuadro



 
Msg#: 4503087 posted 5:39 pm on Oct 2, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hi!

I am eyeing to buy an e-commerce script which runs under the frameworks of CakePHP, MySQL, and Ajax, among others.

Once installed on my domain by the script seller, I am planning to customize and maintain it myself. Then, promote and market the site.

When it comes to CakePHP, MySQL, and Ajax, I know it would be a long shot for me since I am new to web development. But the prospects are exciting: I would be able to maintain my own site. :-)

Hence, if I have to become well-grounded on CakePHP, MySQL and Ajax, what would be your recommended step-by-step approach towards learning those frameworks so that I would be able to successfully customize and maintain my site myself?

Many thanks in anticipation of your insights and pieces of advice.

Kinds regards

narcuadro

 

mack

WebmasterWorld Administrator mack us a WebmasterWorld Top Contributor of All Time 10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 4503087 posted 4:12 pm on Nov 7, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hi narcuadro,
Sorry you haven't yet received any replies, Cakephs is certainly not my forte, but I think a strong grasp of at least the basics of php will help you get to grips with maintaining your script.

You may find that there will not be a lot of maintenance required. Depending on the app itself the majority of the upkeep may indeed be web based.

Mack.

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