Introduction to Modules in Zend Framework 2

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Evan presented a thorough overview modules in ZF2. Shows the real power of modules.

Evan presented a thorough overview modules in ZF2. Shows the real power of modules.

Evan presented a thorough overview modules in ZF2. Shows the real power of modules.

Excellent talk very informative & interesting

Great job! I don't have a lot of experience with Zend but I completely get how to create a module!

Evan I liked your talk a lot. From ocramius I heard good things from you and you proved to be very clear in spite that you had to cover so much in so little time. I got the best impressions from zendframework2 and I know now how to use it and what not to use, e.g. ServiceManager instead ZendDI. I think that to judge between frameworks we have to know and use both of them and not just use them for a couple of benchmarks but actually use them. Otherwise we are just getting offended at things we don't understand. Your talk introduced me to things I don't know about Zf2 and now I know that I can use. Excellent job giving the examples of SpeckCommerce however I went to check them and I found some empty repositories https://github.com/speckcommerce/SpeckPayment

then i went to see this https://github.com/speckcommerce/SpeckCart/blob/master/src/SpeckCart/Mapper/CartItemMapperZendDb.php and realized about that this is the datamapper concept you spoke about. Could you please explain to me more about the datamapper?

Thanks I would very much appreciate it.

Very good & clear talk on ZF2 modules. Even convinced one of my teammates to use ZF2 for our next project.

This is the kind of talk that was informative and left us with more questions that could not be covered in a one hour talk.

Great introduction to ZF2 modules. It would have been nice to see more practical examples of organizing module code across a variety of module types / use cases.

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Anonymous at 10:20 on 10 Feb 2013

Great talk. You made me more comfortable upgrading my current send version. Thanks.

Thanks for the updates,

Havent used Zend in awhile, but I am definitely giving it another look for version 2!