First, you need to Install Composer. This will add a new command composer or composer.phar. Once you’re done, use this command to create a new project. You can change your_project to anything you want.
Creates a new folder called your_project with a skeleton project which includes a sample database, and a sample crudkit application.
Downloads and installs the latest CrudKit library and dependencies
Copies static files to static/
Usage with built-in server
And open http://localhost:8080 in your browser. You can update the ports accordingly as required.
Usage with XAMPP
Copy the folder that was created inside your htdocs folder and open it in your browser.
The most important thing to know is that CrudKit works and behaves as a full web application, and has frontend and backend functionality.
A user can load a single CrudKit App in a browser, by visiting a URL.
A single app contains one or more pages. Usually a page will be mapped to a single database table for editing.
The functionality and behaviour of the App is configured using the CrudKit PHP API written by you, the developer.
You will not be controlling or writing any HTML. You simply use the API to configure the behaviour and the UI will be generated via CrudKit.
Structure of a CrudKit App in PHP
This is an basic CrudKit application.:
If you open this in the browser, you will see a simple app with a single page.
Built by Anirudh Sanjeev. CrudKit is distributed under the MIT/X11 License.