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Lifting the Skirt on Zend Framework 1.5 - Zend_Form
January 30, 2008 @ 07:56:15

The Zend Developer Zone has "lifted the skirt" on a new feature in the Zend Framework today with this new article - a look at the Zend_Form component, a simple method for creating, validating and generally working with your user's input.

Zend_Form gives you all the tools necessary to create forms and form elements via PHP code. Like everything in Zend Framework, almost everything is configurable; however the defaults are probably good for most uses.

They include some sample code that shows the creation of both a simple, sample form and something a little bit more advanced - including validation methods and making fields required.

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