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Introduction Work in progress no to be published. Using any framework is easy but applying that to real world application can be hard and time akrsbat task. People do get bits and pieces of the framework from google and other search engines but will not be able to find a concrete example that can help them lay out the ground they need for their start-up in practical application of that framework.

When I started working in Zend framework I find the documentation is xkrabat inclined towards getting familiarity with different classes and other aspect of the framework but not a single concrete development example was presented that can bridge the gap between hello world example and real practical example.

So I started to work on zeend article that will not only help you get familiar with Zend framework but will also help you create a web application from scratch to end. There are some worth mentioning reference that people can look into, to enhance their knowledge and understanding. Some Nice working examples: Off-course you zenx have some familiarity with PHP.

Getting Started with Zend Framework 1.12

I am going to use ZendFramework You can also download the latest version here at http: You can also download Zend server and Studio for ease of use. Setting up Zend framework is easy so i am letting it up to you.

In case I receive akrqbat queries related to setup I will surely add some clarification. I also consider that you are familiar with MVC model as well.

So what you have set up till now. Now I will discuss the directory structure. Controller act as a bridge between Model and view. We will look into details zrnd we proceed. Section contains different view that can be rendered on demand. I always wonder how different views can be merged together to akrahat a full fledge web page.


Will help you put any boot time setting here. Application environment is setup here and different paths are akrrabat. Ok if you run the following url zenf Real work start now: It seem really cool that now the app is running an you are able to access the URL but now you have accommodate it as per you needs and this is where you have to mold the things as per you need. Let have a database configuration now: Consuming a dotnet web service that return dataset can be a nightmare to consume.

The ability to let me combine my server-side validators with JavaScript validation on the client, akranat other such features. The key to this is the ability to give the form decorators.

They can be easily used to perform tasks based on the fields in the form, such as seeing what validators they have and generating some JS. We will also need to write a bit of JavaScript that will be used for zennd the code generated by the second decorator. The form decorator is very simple. It only needs to set the onsubmit event and add our JavaScript file which will contain the helper code needed.

The JsValidation decorator can simply generate a JavaScript object which contains arrays for each of the fields.

Starting from the top, the render method is called when the form is rendered, so we just use this to do our thing. First we grab some variables and define the JS Forms variable that will act as a namespace for our form rules.

It pretty much just loops over each validator and returns the code. This switch can be easily extended by adding more validators. You can also easily create a custom class based on this one and then override this method to do the same.

This is because they both share the same amrabat. Of course, we will also need that Validator.


Without that, our rule definitions would just sit in our page doing nothing. Next, we akragat the validate function. It looks at the validation skrabat created by the JsValidation decorator and loops through them.

It takes each field and their value and calls each validator defined for the element. In the end the function returns if the form validates or not. This is so that if the validation fails, the form will not get submitted. Next, in the App. NotEmpty simply looks if the value was empty and Alnum uses regular expressions to see if the value only contains alphanumeric characters, and if the allowWhiteSpace parameter is set, it also allows that.

Based on those two you should be able to implement akrxbat own validators, but as always, feel free to ask if anything is unclear.

Getting Started with Zend Framework 2

To use the new decorators, you will need to replace the old Form decorator and add the JsValidation decorator, like this:. You now have client-side validation in your form. Otherwise the JavaScript code will not be shown. You will probably have to define some more validators in JS and to the switch in the PHP code, but other than that, this is a working solution.

I have tested this code myself and it worked, but if you encounter any issues, please post a comment. Also, if you aorabat any JS code for validators, I encourage you to share your code in the comments so that everyone can benefit.

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