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Zend Framework: Quick and dirty skeletal setup – with MySQL as database

The version is: Zend Framework 1.7.x (.2 or .3 I forgot the exact release). This is the minimal version. 

Basically, it is a basic setup of Zend Framework using the Quickstart Tutorial. But the difference is, instead of using SQLite, this one uses MySQL. Also, Zend_Form is not included in this setup.

This post is intented for personal use. So that I can go around and download this file. Extract it and then have a Zend Framework project readily setup.  zend_quickstart.zip

UPDATE: Make sure you put the “Zend” folder inside the library. I have not included it in this download. 

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3 Responses to Zend Framework: Quick and dirty skeletal setup – with MySQL as database

  1. Jamp Mark says:

    this is nice. it’s always good to see how others do it.
    thanks for sharing.

  2. huy says:

    good document thanhks very

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