iScaffold now supports code templates which means you can select different templates when you generate your code. You can also manage the resources easily, which means you can “import” totally different folders in the generated application. The generator GUI is also polished to be more aesthetic.
In the previous post I had a feature request that suggested me to support some features on the admin UI. Unfortunately these features not included in the current update but I’ll add them soon.
The next big challenge is however to refactor the model_iscaffold code, which is a mess since it was patched over and over again to support the features of the admin GUI. Now that iScaffold can generate different code templates it is essential for developers to be able to easily create their own templates.
I’ll come up with some kind of modular solution that allows you to use custom tags. Maybe the way Smarty handles its templates is a good way. I don’t know yet, but this is the next thing that I’ll investigate.