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Bonfire is essentially a framework for you to build your web applications; the difference being that Bonfire is build on top of CodeIgnitor. CodeIgnitor for those who don’t know, is a PHP framework by itself. CodeIgnitor happens to be one of the most popular PHP frameworks around as per the recent statistics released on the Internet. It is also one of the best PHP frameworks according the several comparisons made on the internet.
There are many CMS available and a framework is often confused to being nothing more than a CMS. But that is not the case. A PHP Framework and a CMS are two completely different softwares or tools. A CMS pretty much a complete software that can be installed and used to enter content that will be displayed on the website. While a framework like Bonfire provides the basic functionality that a web developer would require to build his next big project.
Bonfire consists of several components as described here:
The admin section of Bonfire consists of a menu with four items across the top: Content, Reports, Settings and Developer. These four items are called Contexts in Bonfire. A Context is a way of grouping the related content from several different modules. Mind you this is automatic and depends solely on the name of the controllers along with a little magic in the routes files.
There is no limit to the number of custom contexts that can be created. You also have the ability to remove the Content and Report contexts. However you are not allowed to remove the Settings and Developer contexts since they are the basic modules of Bonfire. In addition to this the contexts can also be hidden; in the sense they can be designed such that they are visible on to a select group of users.
Since Bonfire is basically a collection of modules that have been created to handle the various sections, it is easy for you to create your own modules too. It is also very easy to reuse or pass around these modules you create.
Application Folder : Consists of the Bonfire’s primary files and core modules.
Codeigniter Folder : Consists the CodeIgniter system files
Modules Folder : Consists of your own custom modules
Themes Folder : Consists of all the theme files.
A module is in fact a mini application which consists several different assets like CSS or JS, config files, controllers, models, libraries, helpers and views.
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