Federico Cargnelutti has posted the latest article in his "domain-driven design" series using the Zend Framework. This time he focuses on putting some of his ideas into practice.
Some of the Domain-driven design concepts explained in my previous posts are applied in this sample application. I'm also going to use the Zend Framework infrastructure to speed up some development tasks.
His example sets up a domain layer to interface user information for the system from a centralized repository. On top of that he builds his model extended from an abstract class called Zf_Domain_Entity. He also sets up a User collection, a User DAO and the user repository