Setting up an MVC structure with the Zend Framework – part 2

Hi,

I’ve released our second video (part 2 of 2) on setting up an MVC structure with the Zend Framework.

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This Zend Framework video is from our resident Zend-nerd: Jon Lebensold.

Again, let us know what you think and should you have any suggestions or request, please feel free to comment.

Running time: 19+ minutes
Part 2 of 2

Thanks,

Stefan Mischook

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8 Responses to “Setting up an MVC structure with the Zend Framework – part 2”

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  2. [...] Stefan Mischook has posted the second part of the video tutorial introduction to making a Zend Framework application: This Zend Framework video is from our resident Zend-nerd: Jon Lebensold. Again, let us know what you think and should you have any suggestions or request, please feel free to comment. [...]

  3. Rich says:

    Excellent tutorial! Clearly presented and a set at the perfect pace for a ZF newbie like me. I’m looking forward to part 3; it would be great if it demonstrated some of the input filtering you mentioned in this part – I’d love to see how the Zend form and the filtering all fits together!

    Many thanks again for the excellent tutorial.

  4. Jon says:

    Thanks Rich. I’ll cover that, and Zend_Form in general my next tutorial.

  5. Mehmet Ali says:

    I have problem in this tutorial.
    On time 02:01, there has been created a new.phtml file, and a link in article. But when I click to that link, o manually enter the http:/articlemanager/article/new to address bar, I can see the header and footer control but CSS doesn’t applied.

    What is the problem???
    Thanks.

  6. Andy says:

    Very helpful tutorials, learnt more from your half an hour of screencasts than 2 hours staring that the Zend in Action MEAMP PDF.

    You need to get a “Buy Me a Beer” button on the site as you definitely deserve it for your hard work.

    A suggestion for tutorial would be unit testing, I tried to follow this in the MEAMP PDF but they basically give you a link to the PEAR PHP unit and leave you to guess !!!

  7. Stefan Mischook says:

    I’m happy to hear that you found them useful.

    We do have a few more videos planned, I’m just not sure when you can expect them out.

    Stefan

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