|Subject:||Re: Scaffolding vs Bake|
|Date:||Wed, 29 Dec 2010 12:20:27 -0200|
The main difference between scaffold and bake is bake will generate the PHP code (model, controller,view) and you can customize it how you want. When I'm developing I start using bake to generate all CRUD and after I start to change the generated code.
If the scaffolding is OK for you (work for all your requirements) I guess you can continue using it. I've read in some place that scaffolding is not recommended to use in production application (I don't remember the reason is unstable or insecure...) but I don't know in the latest cake version.
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