Posts marked with “zend framework”

Community Corner: Interview with Matthew Weier O’Phinney

by · March 8, 2021


This month, I sat down with Matthew Weier O’Phinney, a long-time member of the PHP Community and one of the leading contributors to the Laminas (formerly Zend Framework) project.


Introducing the Mezzio Framework

by · February 8, 2021


There are copious frameworks available for PHP, including Laravel, Symfony, and CakePHP. However, each of these is designed to build applications with a particular focus in mind. In this article, I will introduce you to one that is focus-agnostic, one which lets you take whichever path makes the most sense to your use case. It’s […]


Generating an Autoloader for a Legacy PHP Codebase

by · September 6, 2017


If you’ve inherited a legacy code base, you may find it does not use an autoloader and has an idiosyncratic directory and file hierarchy for its Classes, Interfaces or Traits. Worse yet, it might not use name spaces consistently or at all. So you can’t use a PSR-4—or even PSR-0—autoloader with your code. Well, why […]


Who Goes There – August 2017

by · August 3, 2017


Read the August 2017 issue of the magazine. Topics this month include Google Authenticator, Single Sign On, job hunting, Zend Framework 3, RBAC, testing Laravel forms, and more.


php[world] Conference: Five Amazing Keynotes…

by · August 20, 2014


We are excited to announce today the amazing keynote speakers that we have lined up for our php[world] conference this November. We’ve worked hard to find the best speakers and talks that cover the breadth of the PHP experience. We want php[world] to be a conference that pulls together all the different fragmented communities of […]


php|architect January Issue – Standards and Testing

by · February 1, 2013


Like it or not, most of us (developers) started learning in a vacuum. We learned and developed habits that worked for us at the moment, but not all of these were things we are now proud to show off. How many of us facepalm when we see our code from 5 years ago? Heck- even […]


Zend Db 2.0 Kicks Off

by · June 25, 2010


Ralph Schindler has started the ball rolling on requirements for Zend Db for Zend Framework 2.0.  He announced on the ZF Contributors mailing list:   Requirements have been solicited from both community members in various conversations, as well as looking through the issue tracker for feature requests that have been on the backlog due to […]


Zend Framework 2.0 inches closer to completion

by · June 7, 2010


Many are eagerly anticipating the next major version of Zend Framework. Several announcements were made this week thats shed further light on the new release, with an appeal for developers to pitch in and help with the project.


ORM Designer

by · May 12, 2010


ORM Designer is a tool for graphical creation and editing of Doctrine and Propel models and metadata.


How I learned to stop worrying and start loving the wizard – Part 1

by · April 26, 2010


Adobe’s new Flash Builder 4 comes with a shiny new wizard-driven data access interface. How does it measure up to the “old-school” way of interfacing to remote APIs? Our own Cal Evans investigates.