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Twitter Bootstrap — Making a Professionaly Looking Site

Twitter Bootstrap (shortly, Bootstrap) is a popular CSS framework allowing to make your web site professionally looking and visually appealing, even if you don’t have advanced designer skills. The latest version of Bootstrap is v.3.0. Overview of Bootstrap Files The

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ZF2 Routing Explained

When a site user enters a URL in a web browser, the request is finally dispatched to controller’s action. ZF2-based application maps page URLs to controllers and their actions. This mapping is accomplished with the help of routing. Routing is

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Autoloading in Zend Framework 2

A web application consists of many PHP classes, and each class typically resides in a separate file. This introduces the need of including the files. For example, let’s assume we have the file named Application.php which contains the definition for

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Domain Driven Design (DDD) Concepts in ZF2

Domain Driven Design (DDD) is a pattern used in programming. With DDD, you are able to model the program to best map to your problem domain. For example, assume that you need to develop a web site intended for selling

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When to Create a New Controller in ZF2?

When your site grows in size, you should create new controller classes instead of putting all actions to IndexController. The Index controller is used for defining the actions which work for your entire site. It is recommended to create new

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The Best Zend Framework 2 Book

This poll is indended to determine the best Zend Framework 2 book. Indicate books about Zend Framework 2 that you have read and found easy to read, interesting and useful for you. You can vote only one time. Multiple choices

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PHPCloud — A New Easy Way to Run ZF2 Web Applications

In this post, I will tell about the PHPCloud, which is a new “platform as a service” which makes it possible to run your Zend Framework 2 based application in the cloud. The PHPCloud is currently in beta testing stage

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