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Learning Phalcon PHP by Calin Rada

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Chapter 7. The Backoffice Module (Part 1)

Unless you are developing a static website, you will need a section/module where an administrator can add and manage content, such as articles, categories, and users. This is where Backoffice comes into the picture. In this chapter, we will develop parts of the CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) operations needed to administrate our website. We will also use part of the API that we developed in Chapter 5, The API Module. We will play more with forms and validations. We will cover this chapter in two parts, namely:

  • Hashtag CRUD
  • Category CRUD

Editing the main layout

Let's start this chapter with some modifications to the main layout. Edit the main layout located at modules/Backoffice/Views/Default/layout.volt ...

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