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Apply it in a framework. It helps building consistent and production ready apps.
xewl343713dNot to be sounding, eh, whatever;
"Just do it"
Sefie149113d@lucaspar I didn't think you said that, but I did it and paid the price for it ;)
And the only thing worse than code written in a home-brew-framework ist code written without any structure at all. Once I worked on a non-documented php webshop, which worked close to 100% procedural with tons of includes and carried-over variables.
Learn solid and dry principles and use framework. Also look on some design patterns.
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