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Jeune Asuncion:
ZF1.11 + Doctrine 2 + Symfony DI Integration
August 22, 2012 @ 11:09:21

In this new post to his site Jeune Asuncion shows how he integrated several technologies to make for a robust system - Zend Framework (1.11), Doctrine 2 and the Symfony dependency injection system.

Last week, I blogged about looking for a new application framework to use and more importantly the key things that I would want in one. After reading about the Zend framework, Symfony and Laravel and finding myself hesitant to use any one, I thought to myself why not get the best of each framework? So that's what I did.

He shows a bit of the code to get them to all play nicely together using the Zend autoloader to register the other namespaces and creating a Symfony DI container inside of the ZF Bootstrap and providing it as a resource. You can find more of the source involved in the integration on his github account.

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