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Doctrine for dummies
August 05, 2008 @ 12:55:52

Henrik waves goodbye to the Zend_Db component of the Zend Framework in this new post to the ProDevTips blog - his new favorite is Doctrine.

It was long overdue but finally I've taken a look at Doctrine. And I'm blown away, bye bye Zend DB. [...] It's time to try and convey how awesome I think Doctrine is.

His example sets up a table definition and defines the associations between the columns for a "members" table. He defines a "city" table too and shows how Doctrine can easily combine the two and make selecting from and inserting into the tables simple.

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