Tags: Zend Framework

Doh! I knew I missed something…

So I was sitting here trying to figure out why in the heck a simple Doctrine Repository::findOneBy call was not working. The code should work as is, and similar things were working in other places. I toyed around with it, changing things here and there. Still no result. I had the right value to find […]

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Billmation Mobile: HELP(ers)!

(Written on Friday, February 03, and published today) Woo-hoo, tonight I successfully implemented an action helper. From now on, we can get posted parameters from both the JSON encoded content types and the old fashioned content types (i.e. what you normally find in a $_POST superglobal). I remember at one point being absolutely mystified as […]

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A quick thought on The MicroPHP manifesto.

While browsing over an email from PHP Classes, I noticed something called “The MicroPHP manifesto”. Further research led me to here. Expect a longer, more thoughtful post on this sometime in the near future. For now, I’ll leave you with my first impression. The manifesto intrigues me. That feeling of overwhelming complication certainly is something […]

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From Start to Finish: Billmation Mobile

Note: Starting today, both of us at Source Code Daily will be giving our loyal readers a glimpse into the madness of our development process. From start to completion, we are going to be keeping a development journal of our new project, Billmation Mobile. Andrew will be sharing his experience setting up the backend of […]

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Playing with Fire: The Zend Framework CLI

I just started playing around with the Zend Framework CLI. I’ve only used it to create a project and added a DB adapter to the config, but already that has saved me some effort. Gotta say its pretty nice. I give it a couple days before I get unreasonably angry at its limitations.

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Zend Framework 2.0

Open question to the floor: Has anybody played around with Zend Framework 2.0? I’ve used the EventManager (which is pretty cool), but haven’t looked at any of the other code.

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