||Use the \Dewdrop\Db\Field API to manage the editing of values.
||This class detects the appropriate view helper for editing a
\Dewdrop\Db\Field object. It will look at the field's type to determine
a reasonable default helper, but you can also call the customizeField()
method to override the default for a specific field.
||A custom exception to assist in the isolation of Fields API related errors.
||Custom fields, those not directly related to a database column or
relationship, generally use this class, unless you are implementing
||This class serves as a base for both custom and DB fields in Dewdrop.
||An Iterator implement that is used to loop over a \Dewdrop\Fields
||Break a set of fields into multiple groups. Components uses a
\Dewdrop\Fields\GroupedFields object that are not aware of the specific
APIs it provides can use it just like a plain \Dewdrop\Fields object.
||The Listing class wraps a Select object and applies a number of SelectModifier
objects to it, making it easy to sort, filter, etc. You can optionally specify
a prefix for the Listing, which it will pass along to all its modifiers,
allowing you to use multiple Listings on a single request without their GET
and POST variables conflicting with one another.
||The OptionGroups class makes it easy to retrieve a list of key-value pairs
in arrays grouped by a key for use as options for a field's value, typically
a foreign key. OptionGroups is ideal for use with a CascadeSelect, for
||The OptionPairs class makes it easy to retrieve a list of key-value pairs
for use as options for a field's value, typically a foreign key.
||The RowCollectionEditor provides an API for editing a variable-sized collection
of items. Each item in the collection will get its own Fields and RowEditor
objects, allowing you to leverage the validation/filtering and data handling
capabilities in RowEditor while not having to manually track dynamically created
||This class assists in the editing of one or more row objects. To achieve
this, it first helps you associate row objects with all the DB fields in your
\Dewdrop\Fields object. When you initially add fields to a \Dewdrop\Fields
object, it is usually via a \Dewdrop\Db\Table model rather than a row. So,
to edit those fields, you somehow have to call setRow() on each of those
fields, giving them the ability to get and set values on that row.