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  1. Thanks for your response Jac, I think I will continue on with my framework then and do as you suggested. I already use the last 3 options you suggested. I'm going to look into twig. I know Laravel prides them self on their coding etiquette, but I don't like the idea of being bound to someones development long term. I'm very OCD with how my code is presented and documented... anyways, I appreciate you taking the time to give me some encouragement and options.
  2. I guess to further give some knowledge on what my basic uses are with my framework. Currently my framework incorporate user accounts, business accounts, email accounts, easy implementation of self-applications and widgets into websites, newsletters, blogs, file uploads, account and business-based schedules, employee timeclocks, and recently a store application that can plugin to any of my websites with 3 lines of code, that handles store inventory, online selling through paypals new 2017 php-sdk. If I switch to a framework or CMS i would definately like to re-write a lot of these features into it so that it doesn't affect the current sites that I manage.
  3. Hi, I have been a php and java server developer for around 10 to 11 years now. I have my own php framework that I have built up from scratch that I have put several years into by myself. I'm currently working on a website project that is expected to have a 800,000+ users. I'm considering abandoning my own framework for now and learning a framework that is developed by a team and progressively updated. I've read into quite a few CMS and Frameworks just trying to consider my options. Lately, I've been listening to some podcasts and they all claim to use wordpress. I have also been referred to it by a buddy of mine who manages a lot of the state and bank servers. I am very vanilla, and I don't like being limited by what I can develope. At the same time I really need for this site to be secure, and although I feel like I am very strict on security. I know my work isn't going to be better than a team of developers that devote all their time into it. At the same time. I love programming projects vanilla, but I am a very busy person, so I don't get the time I would like to further develop my framework. I'm just curious if anyone else here has any thoughts or suggestions. Whether to use something simple such as wordpress, or cake php, laravel etc. Part of me wants to stick with my own.. However, I cannot risk losing this client over security flaws I may not be aware of.
  4. Jacques1 I'm going to try and make some major changes to shift out of using global id's and make more tables for different things as you suggested. Thank you!
  5. For the business I work for I have a platform setup that handles everything from messages to photos to blogs etc. I have two tables that show id releations: CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS Relations ( sender int(9), receiver int(9), relation tinyINT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0 /* -1=Delete, 0=[Add]Pending, 1=related, 2=Blocked */ ); CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS Rating ( owner int(9), id int(9), rating tinyint(1) /* - 0 through 9 rating - */ ); With these tables I can relate any ID to any ID: With relations table I can relate a user to any other user, or to any other group ETC... With the rating table I can have a user rate any group, page, blog, message, photo, album etc... Because of this I have globally unique id's. No message will have the same ID as a blog, or a user, or a group, or a page. Currently I manage this in this manner: ID's: (I added commas for readability) (1)00,000,000 - users (2)00,000,000 - groups (3)00,000,000 - albums (4)00,000,000 - photos (5)00,000,000 - blogs (6)00,000,000 - msg As you can see, each object is represented by the leading digit. So currently, to make sure they are all distinct, before anything is inserted I am doing a full join on all of these tables for the column 'id'. If any results come back it generates a new 'id' to test for uniqueness. I feel like the way I have this setup could probably be done a lot cleaner and smoother. I have tried googling solutions, but I haven't had much luck because my scenario is kind of complex: not to say others haven't encountered this issue. Anyways, if anyone has any thoughts or opinions I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you guys ~ Remey
  6. Hi there, I'm trying to rework my framework a bit to make it more solid, and I have been storing encrypted account data as an array in session. However, since that data is being loaded every time a session is opened. I'm curious if perhaps it would be better to just use an sql request to load the data instead. I think both have their pros and cons, but I'm curious what you guys think. Thanks! Also, because I hate feeling like a leech. I am gonna try and help out a few others as well in the meantime.
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