Cakephp. Anyone use it?
I've just started a project using Cakephp. Other than the database conformities, I really like it. It helps a ton with the SQL integration aspect of PHP.
Before I go too crazy on this project, does anyone have any input on it? I haven't started to mess with auth forms and ACLs. I'm sure that's going to be pretty tricky.
We use it extensively. Result sets in arrays can be expensive in terms of memory and we've had issues with pagination of large result sets as a result. Otherwise it is pretty good.
Would you mind sharing your experience with ACLs and login forms? Ideally, I want certain users to have access to certain information that's only associated to their organization. This would obviously be defined by a foreign key in the 'users' table that references an 'accounts' table. I haven't gotten that far on the project, but if you wouldn't mind giving a few pointers, I would really appreciate it.
I have things set up with the Auth class. Not using ACLs at all. It works great and it's really easy. Cake rocks!
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Guess I lost track of this thread. In answer to your earlier question though, I don't believe we are using the ACLs either.
No worries. Thanks for checking in.