The April 2006 issue of PHP Architect contains my published article, “Developing a Plugin Architecture for PHP Applications”. The article examines several common PHP plugin implementations, and describes the process of adding plugin capabilities to PHP applications:
If you want to see your software’s functionality triple before your very eyes, it’s a good idea to build support for plugins and extensions into your application. In this article, returning author Titus Barik explains the intricate details of designing an extensible plugin architecture for any PHP application.
For more information, see the PHP Architect April 2006 Issue announcement. This issue also includes an excellent article on Aspect-oriented Software Development by Dmitry Sheiko. As usual, reprints are available electronically on a limited basis upon request.