Classes encapsulate object-specific logic, and they also come in two flavors:
Classes are automatically loaded the first time they're used, so you don't have to worry to include them anywhere.
For example, to create an Image object, just do this anywhere in your code:
$image = new \Cherrycake\Image;
Likewise, to create an object of a class you've created (an App class), just remember to specify our app's namespace instead of
$product = new \CherrycakeApp\Product;
You can also add
use statements at the top of your file so you don't need to prefix class names each time you want to use them, like this:
use Cherrycake;$image = new Image;
The App classes you create must be stores in the
/src directory of your app, and the file name must match the class name, plus the
.php extension. Unlike modules, classes do not need their own directory under
Note that class file names are case-sensitive.