Hey everyone, it’s been a while since I have last written something here. I will be giving a workshop at Ozgur Web Gunleri (Free Web Days) at Yeditepe University at 15-16 October about Zend Framework (yeah what else right :)
I will be explaining how to use Zend_Tool, how you can connect to and query a database by Zend_Db (yup, no Doctrine), how Zend_Form and its validators can be used and finally how you can log someone in using Zend_Auth.
These topics will complete a simple blog software which can be actually used minus the comments moderation (that will be a homework:). However I do not suggest you to use it in real life because of the performance and spaming issues (no captcha for comment adding for example (yes yes, another homework :))
You can download the code I will be using in the workshop from my github under zf-examples/zf-blog as always. You will also be able to get it from https://svn.code.kartaca.com/zf-blog as soon as I can convince my colleague, opening a svn repo and a trac (yeah it will have a trac too in order to keep improving the sample and fixing bugs and errors) tooks just a minute or too :) Trac will be available at https://code.kartaca.com/zf-blog
See you at Yeditepe.