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How to Develop Joomla Components, Part 2: the Frontend

Course Summary

In these videos, you'll finish building the todo list component that you started in Part 1. Cory shows you how Joomla uses the MVC pattern for component development. You'll learn how to build Models, Views and Controllers in the recommended Joomla way. You'll also see how to create router files and language files, plus how to package your work for distribution.


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    Course Syllabus


    Introduction

    Introduction to Joomla Front-end Development

    Recap of Component Development, Part 1

    Getting Started

    Hello World for Your Joomla Component

    The Model View Controller Pattern in Joomla

    The Four Controllers

    The Main Controller File

    The Items Controller File

    The Item Controller File

    The Item Form Controller File

    Views

    The Items Views File

    The Items View Template

    The Item View File

    The Item View Template

    The Item Form View File

    The Item Form View Template

    Models

    The Items Model File

    The Item Model File

    The Item Form Model File

    Other Important Features

    Setting up a Joomla Component Router

    Language Files for Joomla Components

    Packaging a Joomla Component For Distribution

    Quiz


Course Fee:
USD 7

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Open Source , Development & Implementations and Networks & IT Infrastructure Community

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