Lesson 25 - E-shop in PHP - Finishing product index
In the previous lesson, E-shop in PHP - Products filtering, we added methods for filtering products into the model. In today's tutorial, we'll call them from the controller, add the template, and finish up with the product part of the e-shop.
Let's move to the controller, where we'll pass the products that are found over to the view.
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In this tutorial, we'll finish product listing by adding the view and the index() action into the controller. This is the last lesson on products.
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