Creating a php ORM Mapper

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Creating a php ORM Mapper

Post by midget214 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 5:16 am
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Hi All

I have been working in php for 6 months now, and I feel ready to tackle a framework of my own.

I have started creating the ORM mapper, but I need someone to check the code for me, and tell me if I am on the right track, or if something can be done in a better way.

I know there are a few great frameworks out there already, but this is just a project to learn the ins and outs of php.

The source code can be found here

http://www.drivehq.com/folder/p6766709.aspx

There is a zip file called TestORM.zip

The ORM is still in it's very early stage, but its working as it should so far (although there are some bugs in there).

For the ORM to work, you will need to create a MySQL database and create a table in there called usertypes (You can always change this, but you will need to change the mappings in the TestObject as well then).

My usertypes table has 2 fields

id [int] and code [varchar(50)]

I really hope someone can help me :)

If anyone needs some more info on this project, please feel free to contact me and I wil try and explain what I have done.

Many Thanks and Regards
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Re: Creating a php ORM Mapper

Post by thetan on Mon Feb 08, 2010 4:38 pm
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Wow, that's pretty damn good for something in it's early stages. I personally wouldn't use it myself (out of personal style preference), as I've always been more off an MVC type of guy in terms of web apps. I'd tend to reserve ORM for things that are more stand alone app like myself. But if ORM is what gets your engines rev'd then keep it up because what you got now is pretty damn good.
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