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File: Public/index.php
Role: Example script
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Description: Example script
Class: YACS PHP Comment System
Manage user comments published on Web site pages
Author: By
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Date: 4 months ago
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<?php
/**
 * todos in order of importance:
 * 0. composer.json. MyApp is one project and Core is the framework. Both projects should be separated
 * 1. ajax security
 * 2. dependency injection -> symfony(ok i know i don't want to use frameworks)
 * 3. postEngine -> when we have dependency injection
 * 4. autoloader -> register namespaces
 * 5. extract viewModel concern from View
 * 6. handle subviews, property to say its a subview and not let app be rendered directly
 * just as a subcall
 * 7. posts and comments templates share a lot of functionalities, boths templates should extend
 * from a generic one
 * 8. model should be comunicated from backend to js.
 * 9. And on js there should be an mvc architecture. at the moment it's everything mixed on class
 * ajaxMaster. this is not good
 * 10. most browsers implement json_parse functionality. for the others i should use some library
 * to add this functionality
 * 11. use less for css
 * 12. avoid double submitting of addpost form
 * 13. email obfuscator
 * 14. validation errors near to the field with error, at the moment, all messages
 * error and success are beign displayed on the pot. having several comments, the user
 * will not see the messages.
 * 15. on every new comment i'm updating all the posts and comments. we should just update this comment
 *
 */
use Lino\Yacs\Core\Request\HttpRequest;
use
Lino\Yacs\Core\Response\HttpResponse;
use
Lino\Yacs\Core\Application\ApplicationFactory;
use
Lino\Yacs\Core\Application\Config\WebConfig;
require
'../src/Lino/Yacs/Autoloader.php';
try {
   
$autoloader = new \Lino\Yacs\Autoloader();
   
$responseHandler = new HttpResponse();
   
$applicationFactory = new ApplicationFactory(
        new
WebConfig(), $responseHandler, ApplicationFactory::VAL_WEB_ENVIRONMENT,
       
$autoloader->getAppDir(), $autoloader->getAppPrefix(), 'MyApp'
   
);
   
$myWebApplication = $applicationFactory->create();
   
$myWebApplication->run(new HttpRequest());

} catch (
Exception $e) {
    echo
$e->getMessage();
}



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