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- Does your class have all CRUD methods implemented in your app? That includes: Create, Read (all and singular) Update and Delete (all and singular).
- Is the many-to-many relationship set up correctly in the database?
- Did you use join statements?
- Are the instructions for how to setup the database in the README? Did you include the .sql files?
- Are previous standards met? (See below)
- Is the project in a polished, portfolio-quality state?
- Does the application work as expected?
- Does the project demonstrate an understanding of all concepts from the week? If prompted, can you discuss your code with an instructor using the correct terminology?
- Do the database table and column names follow proper naming conventions?
- Were Twig template files used for all Silex pages?
- Is your logic easy to understand?
- Are all tests passing?
- Did you use descriptive variable names?
- Does your code have proper indentation and spacing?
- Did you include a README with a description of the program, setup instructions, a copyright, a license, and your name?
- Is the project tracked in Git, and did you regularly make commits with clear messages that finish the phrase "This commit will…"?
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