Download Phalcon’s .dll file based on your environment – i’m using WampServer 32 bit(check with Task Manager if you don’t know your WampServer running on 32 bit or 64 bit). Once downloaded, extract the php_phalcon.dll into C:wampbinphpphp[version]ext. Add extension=php_phalcon.dll in 2 places: C:wampbinapacheapache[version]binphp.ini C:wampbinphpphp[version]php.ini Now, restart your WampServer services and check phpinfo(), see if it’s loaded or not. p/s: I used Phalcon’s .dll with no NTS, for PHP 5.5, and for 32 bit.
Enable Phalcon Web DevTools via Phalcon CLI When create new project: phalcon project [project-name] –enable-webtools When we have existing project: phalcon webtools –action=enable Access it on your browser: http://domain/phalcon-app/webtools.php Few things to take note: Make sure your config.php exist in one of the following directory: [project-name]/config [project-name]/app/config [project-name]/apps/frontend/config Create an app/migrations in [project-name]/public folder. p/s: Please ensure to have .phalcon folder in each project, else Phalcon won’t recognize the app is built with Phalcon.
Assalamualaikum, I’ve been learning Phalcon Framework recently and end up built a Multiple-Module Skeleton app – basically to ease development process to manage modules. Looking forward to add in more features. I have it on GitHub. I have the directory structure as follow: Hope to get some feedbacks. Jazakumullahu khairan.