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Make Me Pulse:
Using the Zend Framework URL rewriting
January 15, 2009 @ 07:55:15

New from the Make Me Pulse blog is this quick tutorial about bending the URL rewriting that the Zend Framework does to match whatever your needs might be.

Today for a good website's referencement in Google, it's necessary to have an URL rewriting. [...] If your application is based on ZF, we have a htaccess base file which will redirect all php files to the boostrap (what is the bootstrap ?), and ZF classes will manage all redirection rules. How to implement the URL rewriting with ZF classes ?

He sets up a config file (an ini file) with the routing instructions the framework will need to adhere to and shows how to get the application to include it and match against it for routing rules. His example sets a default route and several regular expression-based routes to remap requests right where they need to go.

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