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THE DEVELOPER’S FRAMEWORK THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW + LET’S LOOK AT SOME CODE
10 Things Every Developer Should Know about Zend Framework
Convention AND configuration
Object Oriented, and not ashamed of it
Web Services are first-class citizens
It’s backed by Zend (well, duh!)
Ajax is not an afterthought
Only pure PHP implementation of Lucene
A huge community that is just an email away
Documentation up the wazoo
And just in case you forget one of those. . .
Hosting will not be a problem
We would never force a technology down your throat