Chronicles of a build – the theme framework 13

I’ve worked to my mVC framework and was able to run the first integration test today.
I will write more about it in the days to come but, in its actual incarnation, the framework allows calls like

new ViewControllers()->createInstance('SomeView')->renderAndShow(); 

or, in a less fluent use case,

$viewControllers = new ViewControllers(); $viewControllers->createInstance('First')->renderAndShow(); $viewControllers->createInstance('Second')->renderAndShow(); $viewControllers->createInstance('Third')->renderAndShow(); 

where the underlying filesystem organization is

ViewControllers | \- controllers | | \- SomeViewController.php 

What’s under the hood

The core code will take care of placing the ViewControllers class, actually a factory, and the controllers both filesystem and namespace-wise allowing the view controller factory to be wholly defined by

<?php namespace Some\Namespace; class ViewControllers extends \TAD\MVC\Factories\ViewControllerFactory { } 

and the class defining a view controller to be contained in

<?php namespace Some\Namespace\controllers; class HelloWorldViewController extends \TAD\MVC\Controllers\ViewController { public function render($args = null) { return 'hello world'; } } 

Currently not a plugin

I will release the libraries, and the frameworks along, as a WordPress plugin I, and anyone willing, will be able to use in any WordPress project. Sadly right now the framework is not packed like that and still need some hacking to use.

I appreciate your input