Sorry this blog has been inactive for so long but I’ve been really, really busy with work, and my move to Puerto Nuevo, Mexico in northern BC.
I am thinking about putting together a series of posts that detail how to set-up a data-processing stack, in PHP, for mongodb that allows you to dynamically generate all CRUD queries via the class stack.
The front-end interface, to this stack, is through RabbitMQ — also written in PHP — which eliminates Apache from the LAMP stack, and no longer requires a REST interface for transferring data requests to-and-from store.
The stack includes services such as auditing, registration for public-facing requests, memcached and membase support, error-logging, and internal checks on requests that prevent things like query generation that result in full-table scans or any searches on un-indexed columns within either mongodb or mysql. (I think I still remember how to code for mysql… )
Anyway, this project has been all-consuming for me for the past year and the concept of generalizing the stack for instructional purposes has been rattling around in my can now, looking for a way out, for quite some time. It’s not like there’s a plethora of PHP-based RabbitMQ tutorials out there either.
So, that’s the happs. Now that things are settling down a bit, I’ll try to get more information out.
Thank you for checking-in!