Thursday, July 20, 2006


The ActiveRecord pattern

The ActiveRecord pattern is one of the most useful patterns to come out of the current excitement over Ruby on Rails: Rails didn't invent it, it just made it popular.

But it is not limited in any way to Rails or Ruby. A PHP framework I'm using at the moment, called PHP On Trax (more on that later), has a great PHP implementation of ActiveRecord. You don't even have to use their whole stack to take advantage of their ActiveRecord implementation.

So why aren't Design Patterns more popular ?

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