Over on his blog, Aaron Saray has written an interesting tutorial titled “Using custom view scripts for Zend_Form in ZF1″. Click on in for deep analysis and insight into the article…or just because you want the link.
Tag Archive: Zend_Form
Mr. Weier O’Phinney (MWOP to his friends) wrote about the new Forms component(s) recently. Click on in, I’ll tell you where to find it and what to expect.
Over at MaltBlue.com they’ve posted parts 1 and 2 of a series on using Zend Form and Zend Config together. Click on in, let me show you what you are missing.
Remember phones? (yes those things you text with.) Anis Ahmad recently blogged about how he created a Zend_Form_Element to wrap not only the display but the validation of a phone number. While it won’t handle BR-549, it does seem to handle all modern phone numbers. If you use Zend Framework, click on in, I’ll give you the details and links.
Thursday, July 22, 2010 the Memphis PHP User Group will hold it’s monthly meeting. “Y’all come on down, ya hear?”
On ZendCasts.com today there’s a new screencast aimed at showing off custom Zend_Form decorators for your Zend Framework application.
Matthew Weier O’Phinney continues his series on Zend_Form this morning, writing about how you can create an element within Zend_Form, that will render multiple related form input fields together, and yet handle them all as a single entity.
Another article in Matthew Weier O’Phinney’s series on Zend_Form have been released on how to show decorators individually to end up with custom HTML to use in your application.
This week Matthew Weier O’Phinney continues his mini-series on using Decorators in Zend_Form. This time talking about how to layer multiple decorators together to build up the full markup of an element. Potentially with reusable parts!