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NetTuts.com:
Zend Framework from Scratch - Models and Integrating Doctrine ORM
January 13, 2012 @ 10:58:00

NetTuts.com has posted a second tutorial in their series focusing on the Zend Framework today. In this latest article they focus on integrating the powerful Doctrine ORM with a Zend Framework application.

Ready to take your PHP skills to the next level? In this new "From Scratch" series, we'll focus exclusively on Zend Framework, a full-stack PHP framework created by Zend Technologies. This second tutorial on our series is entitled "Models and Integrating Doctrine ORM".

They continue on from their previous tutorial to talk about what models are (with an example involving "bankers"). They also show how to use the Zend Framework "zf" command line tool to configure your database settings, set up the tables and download/bootstrap the Doctrine code. The include the code to create some simple models and how to use them to create and update records in your database. You can grab all of the sample code for their examples from The Next Social's github repository.

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