Flow is a PHP-based application framework. It is especially well-suited for enterprise-grade applications and explicitly supports Domain-Driven Design, a powerful software design philosophy. Convention over configuration, Test-Driven Development, Continuous Integration and an easy-to-read source code are other important principles we follow for the development of Flow.
Needless to say, Flow provides you with a full-stack MVC framework for building state-of-the-art web applications. More exciting though are the first class Dependency Injection support and the Aspect-Oriented Programming capabilities which can be used without a single line of configuration.
What’s in this tutorial?
This tutorial explains all the steps to get you started with your very own first Flow project.
Please bring your own computer, a reasonable knowledge of PHP and HTML and at least some initial experience with object-oriented programming. In return you’ll surely get some new insights into modern programming paradigms and how to produce clean code in no time.
This tutorial goes best with a Caffè Latte or, if it’s afternoon or late night already, with a few shots of Espresso …