Awhile ago I was trying to find a database driven CMenu system to add to my web applications. This always seemed to me that it would be a lot easier to manage if it where in a database. So the following is the results of that effort:
I assume you are familiar with accessControl standard filter. It allows you to separate privileges to run some action from action code itself. There is however one problem with most common usage - you cannot use bizRules, at least based on some parameters passed to 'checkAccess' just because it is hard to pass them in accessRules() result.
The yii2-detail-view extension offers you an easy way to EDIT and VIEW your model data, toggle these modes, and adds other features. You can read the extension documentation and/or view a demo of this extension, to understand usage.
When you are handling so many projects and those projects are saved in different repository locations, you may find it very difficult to keep track all the versions and revisions manually and it will be much harder if you are developing in multiple repository branches.
Lots of people are asking how to solve it with YII,We think its difficult with YII. But its easy to solve . There is no database triggers needed . we can simply sove it by extending a class(say "RActiveRecord") from CActiveRecord .Then extend all our model classes from that class.
Few days ago i was playing with TCPF plugin to create a PDF files. Since i have checked few available extension and also checked some forum threads but still i dont get my expected result for PDF file.