FuelPHP Interview Questions and Answers

Last updated on Mar 21, 2022
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FuelPHP Interview Questions

Most Frequently Asked FuelPHP Interview Questions

Here in this article, we will be listing frequently asked FuelPHP Interview Questions and Answers with the belief that they will be helpful for you to gain higher marks. Also, to let you know that this article has been written under the guidance of industry professionals and covered all the current competencies.

Q11. How to write the select query in FuelPHP Framework?


Q12. What is Scaffolding in FuelPHP?

The term Scaffolding is a meta-data programming method needed for building database operations. The scaffolding of the concept FuelPHP which makes the work easy and helpful in allowing to get a basic CRUD application that too following simple and easy steps. It is one of the common FuelPHP Interview Questions.

Q13. How to create a validation object in FuelPHP?

1. Create an object.

2. Instantiate it, $val = Validation::forge('my_validation');

3. Start adding fields to it, $val = Validation::forge('my_validation');

4. Add username to it, $val->add('username', 'Your username')->add_rule;

5. Add column for password, $val->add('password', 'Your password')


     ->add_rule('min_length', 3)

     ->add_rule('max_length', 10);

(The digits are as per the requirements)

6. Add the next field, the gender field- $val->add('gender', 'Your gender')-


    ->add_rule('match_collection', array('M', 'F'));

If any other validations are to be given, then give them using add_rule() method.


Forge ( ) method is used for creating a validating objects, such as $val= Validation:: forge( );

Q14. How to check an Ajax request on the server?

Checking an Ajax request on the server is a task which can be done with the help of input class method. If there has been an Ajax request on the server, then the function, Input::is_ajax will return true, and in the otherwise case, it will return false.


if (Input::is_ajax()) {
    // Ajax request
} else {
    // Normal request

Q15. Explain the types of controllers in FuelPHP?
  • Base controller
  • Rest controller
  • Hybrid controller
  • Template controller
Q16. Explain the Session methods in FuelPHP?
  • Create ()- Used for creating a new session.
  • Set ()- Used for assigning a session variable.
  • Destroy ()- Destroying the existing session is the main task of this method.
  • Get ()- it gets the sessions variable.
  • Delete ()- It deletes the stored variable which has been retrieved from the sessions.
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