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Tuffy Madsion commented on Tuffy Madsion's post over 3 years

Ok, I see. Looks like I am going to use Angular to access php via http.get( ). Question: where is the conventional place for keep PHP files? I.e.- in the assets directory where the JS scripts are kept?

Tuffy Madsion commented on Tuffy Madsion's post over 3 years

That looks promising! Thank you for you help Rafi!

I am currently building a yard sale finder app. Basically a user can add or find yard sales, i.e. - address, date and time. I plan to use PHP for the backend. I just started building the database today.

When I am developing, it will be through MAMP local server. However, since my web app is already running on I guess a built-in-server? is there something special I'll need to do at that point? I haven't attempted it yet, but it seems clashing.

Tuffy Madsion commented on Tuffy Madsion's post over 3 years

Thanks for the response. I am working with Foundation Apps latest version.

Tuffy Madsion commented on Tuffy Madsion's post over 3 years

I got the referenced markup from here: http://foundation.zurb.com/apps/page-templates.html
It is located in the partials directory of the Travel Page Template. Could you explain the dynamics of the referenced code.

How do I go about connecting the various components found in the Partials directory to the content of the app in Templates directory.

I know that the referenced code is using Angular templating tags {{ }}, but that's the extent of my knowledge here.

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You commented on Tuffy Madsion's post over 3 years

Ok, I see. Looks like I am going to use Angular to access php via http.get( ). Question: where is the conventional place for keep PHP files? I.e.- in the assets directory where the JS scripts are kept?

You commented on Tuffy Madsion's post over 3 years

That looks promising! Thank you for you help Rafi!

I am currently building a yard sale finder app. Basically a user can add or find yard sales, i.e. - address, date and time. I plan to use PHP for the backend. I just started building the database today.

When I am developing, it will be through MAMP local server. However, since my web app is already running on I guess a built-in-server? is there something special I'll need to do at that point? I haven't attempted it yet, but it seems clashing.

You commented on Tuffy Madsion's post over 3 years

Thanks for the response. I am working with Foundation Apps latest version.

You commented on Tuffy Madsion's post over 3 years

I got the referenced markup from here: http://foundation.zurb.com/apps/page-templates.html
It is located in the partials directory of the Travel Page Template. Could you explain the dynamics of the referenced code.

How do I go about connecting the various components found in the Partials directory to the content of the app in Templates directory.

I know that the referenced code is using Angular templating tags {{ }}, but that's the extent of my knowledge here.

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