|Subject:||Re: Scaffolding vs Bake|
|From:||"Larry E. Masters"|
|Date:||Wed, 29 Dec 2010 10:12:49 -0600|
I would not use scaffolding in production, it was never intended for that purpose. It has nothing to do with security or being unstable.
The only purpose for scaffolding is to prototype and develop your models/database.
Bake is used to get you closer to a production code base. You can customize your bake templates and even use them if you like.
Check out the new CakePHP Questions site http://cakeqs.org and help others with their CakePHP related questions.
Larry E. Masters
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