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Poll: Do you think CI should have HMVC in itself without having to use third party codes?
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HMVC into CI itself without third party codes

(11-01-2014, 08:08 AM)Narf Wrote:
(10-31-2014, 02:55 PM)spjonez Wrote: If CI doesn't implement HMVC it's a bad sign for it's development path. Every single company I've worked for in the last 5y has used HVMC in their frameworks, you're really doing a disservice to yourself at this point by not using it.

And I'd guess those companies' development has problems exactly because of HMVC. Few people get it right.

I think you should run another poll. After reading some of the other posts I too took this to mean assets contained in a single folder, not controllers calling other controllers. That usually is bad design.

If we had a folder structure like this;


We could bundle modules, the default folder structure does a poor job of making code reusable. That's what I voted 'Yes' for. You can do this now without editing core files, the only thing you can't change is the controller's file name.

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RE: HMVC into CI itself without third party codes - by spjonez - 11-16-2014, 04:45 PM

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