I wonder if I could do what topic says.
To be more clear. I have an in-house CMS, what we did is that we have 2 separate folders, /frontend and /backend, one is more rendering to user, the other is for admin panel, they even reside on a different server if you wish, but they all share the same core functionality and vendor packages in /shared
Is it something I can achieve with Phalcon?
Having (assuming default MVC structure for Phalcon):
/myapp ---/frontend/ ------/app/ ------/public/ ---/backend/ ------/app/ ------/public/ ---/vendor/ composer.json index.html
And of course, having different URLs for it. www.mysite.com/admin is no good.
I thought just creating the folders like that and defining 2 different VHOSTS, anything else I missed on this case?
Thanks for help!