Evan Coury has a recent post to his site showing you how to set up and use the ZF2 skeleton and ZfcUser components of the Zend Framework 2.
This is meant to be a short, easy-to-follow tutorial to help you get started with Zend Framework 2.0 and add perhaps one of the most common modules, ZfcUser. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a simple ZF2 application with user registration and authentication capabilities.
He breaks it up into a three different steps:
- Getting the skeleton
- Setting up a database connection
- Installing ZfcUser
He also provides some links to other handy resources and libraries you can use to extend the ZfcUser functionality with things like ACL support, two-stage signup and Github authentication integration.