Join Drew Falkman for an in-depth discussion in this video Zend advanced concepts and next steps, part of MVC Frameworks for Building PHP Web Applications (2015).
- So far, we really haven't had the time…to get into the real nuts and bolts…of using the Zend Framework two,…to develop PHP applications.…Let's talk about where you might go from here…if you're interested in getting to know Zend more.…Probably the first place you're going…to want to look, is getting more into…the view implementation.…Because it's a little more complicated…than you'd expect, it takes a little time…to get in there and see how they're controlling everything.…Next you're going to want to look into…how Zend handles forms.…
This will include validation, building dynamic forms…as well as action processing.…Dependency injection has become more…and more important as people increase…their use of unit testing.…It's a good idea to get to know dependency injection…specifically how Zend implements it…so that you can use it throughout your code…before you get too far along…in your development process.…The event model is really helpful…in being able to handle asynchronous events…at different times, and setting callbacks…
- Why use a framework?
- Introducing MVC-framework concepts
- Examining each framework's components
- Setting up the software
- Walking through sample apps built in each framework
- Comparing frameworks
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: When setting up Composer on my Windows machine, I'm asked to specify where php.exe is located. Where can I find it?
Q: Why doesn't my folder structure in Laravel match what's on screen?
A: Version 5 of Laravel was released after the recording of this course. The core information in this course is still valid, but the Laravel's main files have been reorganized. For more details on how this reorganization has changed the structure of Laravel files, please see https://mattstauffer.co/
Q: Why isn't mcrypt prepped for PHP when I run the phpize command?
A: If you're having trouble setting up mcrypt, you may need to change the directory from which you run the phpize command. You'll want to navigate to the /ext/mcrypt/ folder within the folder for the version of PHP that you're running.
1. About PHP Frameworks
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