The third part of the tutorial series will present you with a fully functionable solution for a login and signup page that activates a RECaptcha, via Zend_Captcha as a Service, when the user attempts to login/signup 3 times and fails. The tutorial will also show you how to use your models and how to structure your bussiness logic inside your module based application.
Continuing with the tutorial series, we will see how to debug the application. Debugging include easy to use methods of printing data on the screen, including ZFDebug Toolbar in order to manage all errors and queries, using the logger to log messages to Firebug, using a simple debug function that will place debug messages in your ZFDebug Toolbar, in a special Debug panel [...]
These are a series of tutorials which are meant to show you or guide you through developing a complex application with Zend Framework 1.10.
The following tutorial will show you how you can improve your overall security in your PHP application (the tutorial is based on Zend Framework 1.10 and on the use of Zend_Auth but you can easily adapt it to something for your own needs). You will learn how to extend the Zend_Auth class into a highly customizable & secure Project Authentication class
In this tutorial, I will talk about how to handle AJAX request in a clean & simple way. Whether you use jQuery, mooTools or any other JS framework (or perhaps no framework at all) you will definitely going to love this painless solution of having an ajax view rendered without doing anything (ofcourse, after you set it up properly)
Monthly, I will publish an article with the most interesting links that I found during that month. These links will be addressed to both designers, developers and some even to Linux system administrators. Except to find useful resources that may (or may not) help you in your future projects. Each link will contain a small intro text so you can understand what the article is all about without having to navigate to the article itself.
This article will show you how to write / use your own Zend Cache Backend Adapter along side provide you with the Class that will allow you to store your cached data, objects and even full html pages inside a MySql database. You can read about how the class can be used, how it works (theory of operation) or you can just download it from the end of the article.
In this post, I will show you why it is important to use Unit Testing, how to use it and how to avoid writing the same code 2 times. Also, i will show you how to do a basic Test Driven Development with SimpleTest and Zend Framework 1.10. Also, this tutorial will show you how to directly link your tests to the code of your application, without duplicating content. At the end, you will be able to extend the tests to run on any code you write.
A detailed tutorial will show you how to integrate Zend Framework version 1.9.6 with jQuery Uploadify version 2.1.0. The tutorial covers all the basic aspects of the process from installing the framework on a multi zend applications with the same library/separate configurations system to integrating the jQuery Uploadify into your website. The uploads will be made in a secure folder, outside the public area of your server from where you can manipulate the files as you wish.
A small tutorial about sending PHP Objects via S.O.A.P. WebServices. The Objects are of an uknown type and must be constructed dinamycally.