Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 4, When there is no feed, the Zend_HTTP_Client

Building the perfect reader

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Tyler Anderson

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | Last updated: January 18, 2011|First published: July 25, 2006

This "Understanding the Zend Framework" series chronicles the building of an online feed reader, Chomp, while explaining the major aspects of using the recently introduced open source PHP Zend Framework. Part 3 explains how to use the Zend Framework to construct your online feed reader, Chomp, by creating an interface to subscribe to and read feeds, and to save feed entries into the database. Now you will learn how to use the Zend Framework to incorporate websites that do not support RSS feeds into the online feed-reader interface.

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