from MVC to HMVC

#1
[eluser]NikosV[/eluser]
hello forum.

The last years i’ve been prgramming applications with codeigniter and following the standard MVC architecture. I am planning moving to HMVC. While i think i undestand the main principles in HMVC i am having trouble understanding if there are any best practices to use this architecture.

For example,

Should i call the module controllers inside usual codeigniter view files using <?php echo Modules::run();?> ?
And if so what about any module-specific assets? should i run a module’s controller that echos these assets in the <head> of my view files?

Or maybe should i access my headers directy using the uri? But in that case, will i have to create a new template for each module?

Maybe i am missing some things here. Excuse my ignorance.
Thanks in advance for your answers.

P.S. If you are aware of any good tutorials i’ll be glad to hear about them.

#2
[eluser]apodner[/eluser]
You might consider having a look at no-cms. (www.getnocms.com) It uses HMVC and is built on CI.

#3
[eluser]PhilTem[/eluser]
Or have a look at

PyroCMS
or
Bonfire

which are two very good CMS and framework-extension respectively based on CI. Plus @philsturgeon worked on PyroCMS and he participated very much in giving amazing features to the CI fan base.


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