Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Zend Framework: A Beginner’s Guide (Free PDF)

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The Zend Framework is indeed, in the words of the immortal Ernest Hemingway, a “moveable feast.” Conceived and implemented as a robust, feature-rich component library for PHP developers, it allows you to quickly and efficiently perform a variety of common application development tasks, including creating and validating form input, processing XML, generating dynamic menus, paginating data, working with Web services, and much, much more!

Perhaps the most important contribution of the Zend Framework, however, is that it has advanced the art of PHP development by introducing PHP developers to a more standardized and structured approach to PHP programming. This structured approach results in cleaner, more maintainable and more secure applications, and it’s one of the key reasons that more and more developers are switching away from the older “ad-hoc” style of programming to the newer, framework-based approach.

For many novice PHP developers, though, the Zend Framework is a scary leap into the unknown. The Model-View-Controller pattern, the loosely coupled architecture, and the large number of available components often serve to befuddle developers who are used to “regular” procedural programming and find framework-based development too complex to understand.

1. Introducing the Zend Framework
2. Working with Models, Views, Controllers, and Routes
3. Working with Forms
4. Working with Models
5. Handling CRUD Operations
6. Indexing, Searching, and Formatting Data
7. Paging, Sorting, and Uploading Data
8. Logging and Debugging Exceptions
9. Understanding Application Localization
10. Working with News Feeds and Web Services
11. Working with User Interface Elements
12. Optimizing Performance
A Installing and Configuring Required Software

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