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SD PHP Zend Framework
SD PHP Zend Framework
SD PHP Zend Framework
SD PHP Zend Framework
SD PHP Zend Framework
SD PHP Zend Framework
SD PHP Zend Framework
SD PHP Zend Framework
SD PHP Zend Framework
SD PHP Zend Framework
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SD PHP Zend Framework

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  1. ZEND FRAMEWORK
  2. ABOUT ME• Software Engineer • PHP, Ruby, Python, Java, JavaScript • Mainly web applications• Framework Experience • Zend, CodeIgniter, Ruby on Rails, Struts, Drupal (CMS)• Technology Blog • http://blog.philipjting.com/ • Follow @philipjting
  3. ZEND OVERVIEW• Enterprise development• Strong code base• “It’s like Java for PHP”• Modular – Use Zend in other applications• Extensible – Use other applications in Zend• Community – Active community• Support – Zend Technologies, thorough documentation
  4. VERSIONS• ZF1 • MVC (Model View Controller) • Loosely coupled architecture (modular) • Lots of plugins • July 2007• ZF2 • MOVE (Model Operations Views Events) • Uses more PHP 5.3 concepts (late static binding, lambdas) • September 2012 first stable release
  5. COMPARISON• CodeIgniter • Better than Zend at small applications • Simpler, smaller, faster, less dependencies • Not as extensible• CakePHP • ZF1 is loosely coupled, CakePHP is less so by comparison • CakePHP has more “magic”, ZF1 is more customizable
  6. DATABASE AND MODEL• ORM Documentation • Propel • Doctrine• Support for many data stores • MySQL, MongoDB, Hadoop, etc.
  7. REAL WORLD APPLICATION• Rolled Own Library • Instead of using ORM • Factory Pattern • DBMapper • Script for creating models
  8. REAL WORLD APPLICATION• Several Zend applications • Public Facing, Internal applications • Common shared library • Models, DBMappers • JS, CSS libraries• Good for Enterprise • Several developers split their work between the applications • Shared library ensures code reuse
  9. REAL WORLD APPLICATION• PHPUnit Controller Tests public function testIndexActionShouldContainLoginForm() { $this->dispatch(/user); $this->assertAction(index); $this->assertQueryCount(form#loginForm, 1); }
  10. CONCLUSION• Zend is great for Enterprise Development • Extensible, Modular, Reliable• ZF2 is very different from ZF1• Not recommended for beginners

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