An array of attributes that are passed to
They typically look like:
['controller' => 'Posts', 'action' => 'view', 5]
An array of key => values that are composed into HTML attributes. For example:
// Given ['class' => 'my-class', 'target' => '_blank'] // Would generate class="my-class" target="_blank"
If an option can be minimized or accepts its name as the value, then
can be used:
// Given ['checked' => true] // Would generate checked="checked"
Plugin syntax refers to the dot separated class name indicating classes are part of a plugin:
// The plugin is "DebugKit", and the class name is "Toolbar". 'DebugKit.Toolbar' // The plugin is "AcmeCorp/Tools", and the class name is "Toolbar". 'AcmeCorp/Tools.Toolbar'
Dot notation defines an array path, by separating nested levels with
Would point to the following value:
[ 'Cache' => [ 'default' => [ 'engine' => 'File' ] ] ]
Cross Site Request Forgery. Prevents replay attacks, double submissions and forged requests from other domains.
Content Delivery Network. A 3rd party vendor you can pay to help distribute your content to data centers around the world. This helps put your static assets closer to geographically distributed users.
A file in
config directory that contains routing configuration.
This file is included before each request is processed.
It should connect all the routes your application needs so
requests can be routed to the correct controller + action.
Don’t repeat yourself. Is a principle of software development aimed at reducing repetition of information of all kinds. In CakePHP DRY is used to allow you to code things once and re-use them across your application.
Platform as a Service. Platform as a Service providers will provide cloud based hosting, database and caching resources. Some popular providers include Heroku, EngineYard and PagodaBox
Data Source Name. A connection string format that is formed like a URI. CakePHP supports DSN’s for Cache, Database, Log and Email connections.