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Beginning CakePHP: From Novice to Professional by David Golding

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CHAPTER 15Wrapping Up the Application

At this point, you've thoroughly explored the fundamentals of developing in Cake. With the blog application as your first advanced project, you built custom resources such as controllers, models, and views; and you extended those resources with others such as components, behaviors, DataSources, and helpers. But you are probably aware that the current blog application is not production-ready (you wouldn't make it available to any real users yet).

The blog does already have the main methods that allow you to add posts, tags, and users to the database and other methods that provide visitors with a way to comment on and read posts. Bringing the application into production just requires that you tie up a few ...

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