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Alexander Netkachev's Blog:
How to use Zend Framework Controller/Action approach?
February 08, 2007 @ 09:57:00

Continuing on from an earlier discussion about the Zend Framework and form submission and handling, Alexander Netkachev has come back to talk a bit more about the Controller/Action approach.

I have a few discussions here about the question I opened a couple of days ago: how the standard form processing is related to the Controller/Action idea and how developers that are creating sites with the standard Folder/Page approach can use Zend Framework's Controller/Action approach.

What came out of the discussions were three points - use the Controller/Action model to your advantage, use your own forms but use RewriteRouter to make them work, or use the Folder/Page mentality instead.

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