Lesson 5 - E-shop in PHP - Implementing actions and adding libraries
In the previous lesson, E-shop in PHP - Controller action design, we considered re-designing the controllers. We came up with the idea of splitting controllers into methods marked with the @Action annotation, which would be called based on a URL address. We also came up with an API draft and agreed that form processing has been unnecessarily difficult.
In today's tutorial, we're going to move from theory to practice and implement all of the aforementioned changes to the framework.
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