WP MVC is a full-fledged MVC framework, similar to CakePHP and Rails, that developers can use inside of WordPress.
If you've worked with MVC frameworks before, the file structure for WP MVC will look refreshingly familiar.
Administration Menus are added automatically for each model, but they can be customized or omitted.
An example of the default "admin/index" view, which includes search functionality and pagination by default and can be customized.
An example of the default "admin/add" view. See the next screenshot for the code that creates it.
The code of the "admin/add" view in the previous screenshot. Forms can be easily created using the form helper, which includes an
input() method that automatically determines the data type of the field and shows an appropriate input tag. Methods for most types of inputs (textareas, hidden inputs, select tags, checkboxes, etc) are also available, as are association-related input methods like
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 2012-3-3
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