FLOW3 – Getting Started part two – Model/Repository

By | 21/05/2011

Just finished to write down the second part of the tutorial. After you finished this you should be able to build a real simple model and repository for your first FLOW3 package.

Go ahead and do it now: FLOW3 –  your first model and repository

If it does not work like expected, please leave me a note so that I can fix the tutorial or explain some of the points more accurate.

2 thoughts on “FLOW3 – Getting Started part two – Model/Repository

  1. Karsten Dambekalns

    With current master, you no longer need to use explicit $id properties in your model, unless you absolutely want to. Simply leave them out. And – never define getters and setter for the technical identifier, it is not meant for “consumer user” that way.

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    1. Thomas Post author

      Thanks for the hint. I will try this out with the current trunk and change it.

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