Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 2, Model-View-Controller and adding a database

Building the perfect reader

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Nicholas Chase and Tracy Peterson

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | Last updated: January 24, 2011|First published: July 11, 2006

This "Understanding the Zend Framework" series chronicles the building of an online feed reader, Chomp, while explaining the major aspects of using the open source PHP Zend Framework. Part 1 discusses the goals behind the Zend Framework, including easy-to-use components and an architecture based on the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. In Part 2, you will see how to use the Zend Framework to create the beginnings of the online feed reader, Chomp, creating a form and adding information to a database while getting to know the MVC pattern.

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