Zend Framework Tutorial for ZF 1.10

Zend Framework 1.10, was released a week or so ago.

As a result, I have updated my Zend Framework tutorial so that it is completely current. The main change I made was to remove the _init methods in the Bootstrap as they are no longer needed. I also take advantage of the new features of the zf tool to enable layouts and create forms. It's a shame that it gets the class name of the form wrong though!

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20 thoughts on “Zend Framework Tutorial for ZF 1.10

  1. Rob, your tutorial is excellent. I'm learning PHP from scratch, and your tutorial was the first that I'd done from start to finish.

  2. Thanks for the great tutorial. I'm having a problem with the model section in the beginning, where you add Application_Model_DbTable_Albums in application/models/DbTable then use it in the controller.

    Warning: include_once(ApplicationModelDbTableProvider.php) [function.include-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:Program Files (x86)ZendZendServershareZendFrameworklibraryZendLoader.php on line 146

    It looks like it is expecting the file to be in ApplicationModelDbTable ?

    In the end I resolved the problem by adding:

    require_once '../application/models/DbTable/Provider.php';

    in the controller, but would be interested to know how I can avoid having to do this each time.

    Thanks :)

  3. hi,

    thank you for pulishing a grate tutorials for beginers like us. i just started to learn zend and i'm using windows xp.

    i set up all the tutorial and they're working nicely, but it couldn't connect to my database.it's mysql and i tryed to connect scrab db and user table.but when model try to get data it shows "An error occurred" and "Application error".

    please help me to solve this.

    thank you.
    Dinesh

  4. Thanks for the excellent tutorial. Am new to zend framework and php and I have tried to view zf_tutorial project but am having the following error..

    Fatal error: Class 'Application_Model_DbTable_Albums' not found in F:xampphtdocsleadoneapplicationcontrollersIndexController.php on line 15
    please assist.

    Regards

  5. Hi,
    I am new to zend framework. I tired to set the zend tool. But it gave me an error.
    php.exe is not recognized as an internal or external command.
    My os is windows xp.
    I am using wamp server `i`.
    In the enviroment variable there was a another variable set which is working fine. But the zend tool is not. plz help if u can.

  6. @ William , @FWaweru : please add appnamespace = "Application"
    in part [production] in file config , it's will be work fine!
    Good luck.

  7. nguyenloi85,

    the zf command line tool in 1.10 should be putting that into application.ini when a project is created using zf create project, surely?

    Regards,

    Rob…

  8. Thanks for your tutorial, it's really help me to begin zf 1.10.. This far far away better than documentation on ZF website.. ^^
    is there another zf tutorial after this? I really hope there is.
    Thanks.

  9. Although I've done as instructed in terms of files set-up and added the ;C:Program FilesZendFrameworkClibin to the environment variable, when I try to issue zf commands at the windows command prompt, I get the message :

    '"php.exe" is not recognised as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

    I don't understand where the problem lies – any suggestions ?

  10. After I update the IndexController and update the index.phtml file, I go to the site url and I get a completely blank page, even the source is blank. Up to that point, I had been seeing all the pages as shown in the demo. Any ideas?

  11. I am still getting this error:

    Fatal error: Class 'Application_Model_DbTable_Albums' not found in C:Program FilesBitNami WAMPStackapache2htdocszendzf-tutorialapplicationcontrollersIndexController.php on line 15

    even after I did what nguyenloi85 suggested.

    What is the problem?

    Ken.

  12. @Ken

    Look in the folder C:Program FilesBitNami WAMPStackapache2htdocszendzf-tutorialapplicationcontrollersmodelsDbTablesAlbums.php file exists.

    if it exists then see the declaration of the class. It should have to be like
    Application_Model_DbTable_Albums extends Zend_XXX

    if its not like the above declaration then make it like the above declaration.

    In zend framework a file is located like this foldername_foldername_foldername_filename without extension.
    As it is suggested above Application_Model_DbTable_Albums
    Regards,
    Shah Mubashir

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