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.
The Zend Framework community is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Zend Framework versions 1.11.15 and 1.12.1! Packages and installation instructions are available at: http://framework.zend.com/downloads/latest These releases contain security fixes; please read on for details. Security Announcement These releases are security releases, and contain fixes to both the Zend_Feed_Rss andZend_Feed_Atom classes. If you are using either, and particularly if you are instantiating… Read more »
After four release candidates and months of effort by contributors and community members, the Zend Framework team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 1.12.0, the first stable release in the 1.12 series You can download from the following locations: http://framework.zend.com/download/latest This release primarily includes bug fixes and minor updates, but also has several new features. Zend_Loader changes… Read more »
Malt Blue has a new tutorial available on how you can add RSS feed capabilities to your existing Zend Framework 1 application. Click on in, I’ve got a link to this simple yet informative tutorial.
Over on his blog, Henry Hayes recently posted about the removal of Wurfl from Zend Framework. If you work with Zend Framework then this post is at least worth a glance…probably a full-on read.
The Zend Framework team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the first release candidate of the Zend Framework 1.12 series, 1.12.0RC1. This release is the culmination of several months of effort by contributors and offers several new features any many bug fixes.
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.
Rob Allen recently wrote about how to integrate Vagrant into your technology mix to streamline testing of Zend Framework 1 and your application. Click on in, this is some interesting stuff.
Everybody loves benchmarks for frameworks and every time you turn around, someone is writing a new one. This time it’s Tim de Pater benchmarking Zend Framework 1 against it’s younger sibling, Zend Framework 2 in a no holds barred cage match. Click on in, I’ll give you the low down.
As such, we will be reviewing proposals for any new components which proposers are confident can be completed in time for a release timed in December! If you are sitting on something you would like to see included, or are interested in reviving a proposal to have included in 1.12 (including from the archived proposals list), please get in touch… Read more »