The CRUD generator of Gii has done a wonderful job for you, and you already have a list of items in the "index" page and a detailed view of a specified item in the "view" page.
I just chased my tail around for a bit today. I got lost with setting the status of all inputs, and banging my head on why the "validate" function just wasn't working.
If you want to give extra attention for some specific delete actions and you don't want to override whole yii.confirm JS method here is what you can do:
(I've only put the ActionColumn part of the GridView here to just give you the idea)
Assume we have many categories and many posts.
It's well known that there are Lazy Loading approach and Eager Loading approach in the relational query. But it's very important to know how the Eager Loading approach works in Yii 2. It has changed drastically from that of Yii 1.1, and there are common misunderstandings about it in the community.
I've read many comments that it's not possible to install Yii 2 advanced on a shared hosting environment, as it has two webroots. This is partially true.
There are numerous usability problems:
Here is a small guide how to get console commands running inside modules & extensions. For this guide I used a fresh yii2 basic application template.
I was playing around with another PHP framework which I didn't really liked anyway but it had simple and nice integration for PHP built in web server so I decided to write one for Yii (since this is my primary PHP framework)
To generate excel by query content, and download through any controller. You also can bind cssClass to header/odd/even rows. As for header, you even can set cssClass for each column.
in your controller.