Why Should You Use Cake?

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January 18, 2012
MySQL And CakePHP: A Match Made In Heaven
By Qushawn Clark
CakePHP is a PHP framework that is become more and more popular because it is so easy to use and makes that task of building web applications a much less daunting task.

Many of you out there use Cake and know the benefits, but those of you who don't use it or haven't been using it long need to be enlightened. First off, you should get and proceed to set up CakePHP, because its awesome, and all of us PHP programmers should know it. One of the main benefits, as you can probably tell from the title of the article, is that it makes using MySQL a cinch. Assuming you already have MySQL server already set up on your machine, you would have to get to the /Config/database.php.default file and make a few changes to get things working. The first thing you should do is make a copy of that file in the same directory and remove the "default" from the end of the filename. Next, go ahead and open it up and you should see something like this:

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