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  • macnewbold 10:14 on Monday, 13 February 2012 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    Tags: , cakephp, drf23, framework, , , mvc, rad   

    Meeting Thursday (2/16): Intro to Lithium: The Most Rad PHP Framework 

    We’ve got something awesome on the docket for Thursday’s meeting, so tell all your friends:

    Title: Intro to Lithium: The Most Rad PHP Framework

    Topic: Discuss latest features introduced in PHP 5.3+ and how they are being leveraged within the Lithium Framework

    John Anderson, Software Engineer @ Adobe – the Largest PHP Shop in Utah. John was the Documentation Lead for CakePHP before becoming a founding member of the Union of RAD – the team behind the Lithium Framework. He will provide deep insight into the inner workings of Lithium.
    Dan (Danny) Fellars – Entrepreneur working Utah’s next great software company, built on the Lithium Framework. He will share real-life examples of working with Lithium.

    The meeting is at the usual time and place (7pm, 3rd Thursday, C7′s Bluffdale data center, please bring picture ID), and we’ll have the usual afterparty (~9pm at Draper Applebees, 123rd South). See you there!

  • danf 1:25 on Saturday, 26 February 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    Tags: cakephp,   

    hello php utah. long time coder, first time poster :) I’m working on a new venture that is built on cakephp and wondering if there are any cakephp developers out that or if everyone has moved on to lithium apparently :). I tried connecting on the cakephp user group but it appears defunct. I’ve been out of the development scene for a few years but excited to get back in. Anyways, would love to connect with others with knowledge on cakephp and to get to know the community as a whole.

    • jason 4:36 on Saturday, 23 July 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I currently work for a company with several developers who are all proficient in CakePHP. I have worked on about 3 projects so far all which used CakePHP. I started off as a CakePHP newbie so I printed off the PDF version of the manual (about 700 pages) and read through it. I think observing the design patterns of more experienced CakePHP developers has been helpful too. I also got our company to purchase a book from Amazon called “CakePHP 1.3 Application Development Cookbook” by Mariano Iglesias”. I’ll let you know whether I think the book was helpful. Spending all day working on CakePHP projects which were designed by devs with many years of experience with CakePHP has definitely accelerated the learning process.

      I was at the last usergroup meeting & I plan to attend future meetings as well. I noticed that at least a few people at the meeting were currently using CakePHP on their projects too.

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