Over on his blog hounddog, Martin Shwalbe has written an excellent post on the topic of “Getting Started with REST and Zend Framework 2”. If you are new to Zend Framework 2, or new to REST, you will want to check this article out. Click on in, I’ll share the 411.
Recently PHP programmer Perttu Myry was invited to lecture at JAMK on the topic of PHP. Click on in, I’ve got his slides for your viewing pleasure. If you like them, make sure you visit his blog and tell him so.
Rob “akrabat” Allen is at it again, this time schooling Zend Framework developers on how to configure the Zend\ServiceManager. Click on in, I’ll share my thoughts, prise for Rob, and a link or two.
Over on The IT Jungle there is a new article for i Platform developers starting to use PHP, “Avoiding Mistakes With PHP On IBM i Platforms”. Click on in and I’ll share the link with you.
Over on his blog, Michelangelo van Dam – the leader of the ZendCon UnCon ’12 – has posted the latest in a series of posts about things he learned attending the ZendCon UnCon. This latest post is how he implemented the idea of using fixtures and PHPUnit to test databases.
Over the weekend, Matthew Weier O’Phinney posted another thought over at The Pastry Box Project. Click on in and have a seat while I rummage around for the URL.
Our buddies over at Ibuildings have released the next episode of DPCRadio and this time the topic is Zend Framework 2. Click on in for details and a link.
Do you work with Zend Framework? Check out Rob’s new blog on using Zend\Mail. Click on in, I’ve got links and fresh baked tracking cookies so we know if you go there or not.
7php.com,has posted a new interview, this time with Zend Framework’s own Supreme Allied Commander (SAL-ute), Mr. Matthew Wiere O’Phinney. Click on in, I’ve got links and a shallow analysis of a pretty in-depth interview.
If you couldn’t make ZendCon this year, click on in and let’s wrap-up what happened on the last day by examining the tweets.