You've done the Quick Start, but what do you do next? This tutorial will look at some of the next steps that you could take with Zend Framework. We'll look at how to use plugins and helpers within the dispatch cycle and options on how to organise your model before turning to authentication and access control. We'll also take a look at the layout specific view helpers and how to add caching to your application.


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Great Tutorial for teams who are investing in ZF as the base for their apps, all of the tips are very useful for beginner to intermediate developers.

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Anonymous at 13:04 on 24 May 2011

Rob, great talk! It was very informative even with the feedback loop :)

I missed the link for the slides can you pass that along?

Rated 4

Anonymous at 13:07 on 24 May 2011

Zend Framework is a lot less scary - and makes a lot more sense - now.

Great talk. Good overview of the dispatch loop and action hook points. Really helped to enforce the best practices of good ZF app development.

Rated 4

Anonymous at 20:34 on 24 May 2011

Well done indirectly telling me I'm doing it wrong!

Very Helpful! Thanks <3

Rated 5

Anonymous at 05:44 on 25 May 2011

Great,
I really enjoyed it, thanks you !

Useful real-world code samples and great delivery... thanks!

Nice discussion of ZF.