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Zend Form Mastery with Zend_Config - Part 2, Core Form Configuration
May 15, 2012 @ 11:04:01

In his previous post to the MaltBlue.com blog Matt introduced the concept of configuration-driven Zend_Form instances. He's back with a second part to the series, enhancing his original examples by covering some of the base-level form configuration settings.

Ok, this should have been part one, but irrespective, here's the second installment in zend form mastery with zend config - core form configuration. As the W3c Form spec says, there are 8 attributes applicable to forms.

These attributes, including "action", "name" and "onsubmit", can all be set easily in the XML-based configuration file. He includes an example of the full XML file to show how they all fit together (updated from part 1). You can see an example of the output here and can grab the source for the example from github.

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