Zend Framework Application Patterns - Part 1
Matthew Weier O'Phinney and Rob Allen (10.Jun.2010 at 09:30)
Workshop at Dutch PHP Conference 2010 (English - UK)
Zend Framework provides both the components with which to build applications as well as a full-blown MVC architecture for rapid development of web applications. Instead of a convention over configuration" approach, Zend Framework leaves the reins in developers' hands.
Over the years, a number of patterns of development have emerged amongst the Zend Framework community: best practices for domain modeling, how to accomplish rich view logic, techniques for interacting with client-side scripting, and more. While tutorials exist for many of these patterns, few show putting them together into a cohesive application. In this workshop, you will learn a number of these patterns, applying them to a real-world application and showing how to write a cohesive, testable Zend Framework project.
We will be concentrating on a set of Zend Framework components and development strategies that improve every aspect of application lifecycle. Starting with custom Zend_Application resources and bootstrapping techniques for better initialisation, we then look at routing web services using the Zend_Rest components. Whilst looking at domain models, we consider the proper usage of Zend_Form in relation to filtering data, as well as how Zend_Paginator can be used as a generalised data type for model data used in views. Placeholder view helpers, coupled with Zend_Layout and the ContextSwitch action helper, are looked at in detail to provide a rich view system. Finally, we will also be covering application-wide concepts such as caching and logging.
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