This post refers to DotKernel 1, based on Zend Framework 1.
If you are looking for DotKernel 3 related posts, go here.

DotKernel module structure
Module is the first hierarchical level of a web application. In DotKernel, modules are admin, frontend

As you may have noticed, underlined red folders have the module name. When creating a new module, a new folder with the module name must be created in each of the following folders:
configs,
controllers,
DotKernel,
images,
templates,
templates/css,
templates/js.
 
Each module is composed of multiple dots. We use the term dots when talking about a submodule and all its component files: MVC (*.php), configuration (*.xml), template (*.tpl), javascript (*.js) … For example, “user” is a dots for the frontend module.
 
The DotKernel structure is a dots hierarchy:
– dots php files respect MVC pattern;
– each module is composed of multiple dots.

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