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Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 1: The basics
It has been four years since this series was first published, and since then, the Zend Framework has grown up to become one of the most popular PHP frameworks. Technical alliances with companies such as Abobe, Microsoft, and IBM, have strengthened the support and stability of the framework, which is now used by startups and Fortune 500 companies around the world. This article gives you a high-level view of the Zend Framework, explaining its general concepts and preparing you for the rest of this "Understanding the Zend Framework" series, which goes into the details by chronicling the creation of a new online RSS/Atom feed reader. You won't do much coding here, but for the rest of the series, you should be familiar with PHP.
Also available in: Japanese   Portuguese  
Articles 18 Jan 2011
Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 9: Adding interactivity with Ajax and JSON
Throughout this "Understanding the Zend Framework" series, you used the PHP Zend Framework to create the Chomp online feed reader, and now it's time to do one last tweak to improve usability. This article shows how to use Ajax to add information to a page without reloading the entire page, and how to use the Zend Framework to easily streamline those requests by translating data to and from the JavaScript Object Notation (JSON).
Also available in: Russian  
Articles 18 Jan 2011
Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 8: Adding related information and services
In previous parts of this "Understanding the Zend Framework" series, you created the basic application, the Chomp online feed reader, using the open source PHP Zend Framework. This tutorial, the eighth part of the series, adds an extra dimension to your feed reader by linking the online resources of Amazon.com, Yahoo!, Twitter and Flickr with your current application to create a robust mashup.
Tutorial 18 Jan 2011
Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 7: Searching
Let's continue on with the "Understanding the Zend Framework" series. In Part 6 you learned how to use the Zend Framework to send e-mail from within your feed reader application. Now, here in Part 7, you will use the Zend Framework to search the titles and content of articles saved via the feed reader application and view the resulting ranked results.
Articles 18 Jan 2011
Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 6: Sending e-mail
Earlier installments in this "Understanding the Zend Framework" series use the PHP Zend Framework to create the basic Chomp online feed reader. Now it's time to add e-mail to the mix. This article explains how to use the Zend_Mail component to send text and HTML e-mail alerts to users when new content has been added to subscribed feeds.
Articles 18 Jan 2011
Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 5: Creating PDF files
In previous parts of this "Understanding the Zend Framework" series, you created the basic application, the Chomp online feed reader, using the open source PHP Zend Framework. In this tutorial, you use the Zend Framework's PDF capabilities to generate a PDF document based on entries the user has saved.
Tutorial 18 Jan 2011
Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 4: When there is no feed, the Zend_HTTP_Client
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 3 explained 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 Web sites that do not support RSS feeds into the online feed-reader interface.
Articles 18 Jan 2011
Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 3: The feeds
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. Parts 1 and 2 discussed the goals behind the Zend Framework and showed you how to use it to create the beginnings of your online feed reader, creating a form and adding information to a database while getting to know the MVC pattern. In this tutorial, you will see how to use the Zend Framework to implement the online feed reader portion of the application.
Also available in: Portuguese  
Tutorial 18 Jan 2011
Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 2: Model-View-Controller and adding a database
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.
Tutorial 24 Jan 2011
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