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Forms in Zend Framework
February 10, 2010 @ 08:19:39

Adrian Schneider has posted a new article to his blog today looking at some of the benefits that come with using Zend_Form in your Zend Framework application.

I'm often asked what my favorite component of Zend Framework is, and I invariably answer: "Forms". Forms have always played an awkward role in the model-view-controller paradigm. Sure, the form is just HTML, but to me, it represents something more abstract than that.

He touches on a few topics like form creation (with many ways to accomplish it), filters, validators, how they can help to make skinny controllers and a few more. A few code examples are sprinkled in where there's a need for clarification.

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