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Zend Framework: Handling file uploads with Zend_File_Transfer

Here is a tutorial on how to handle file uploads with Zend_File_Transfer.

Like so many of the other powerful components made available through the Zend Framework, the Zend_File_Transfer component is intended to make your life much easier when it comes to the task of uploading files from a user’s computer to a Web server. In actuality, this component is much more flexible than merely handling uploads; it can also be used to transfer files using protocols such as FTP and WebDAV, however for the purposes of this tutorial we’ll stick to its initially stated purpose. Let’s begin by creating the simplest process possible in the upload action which is nonetheless capable of accepting and processing an uploaded file

The post is by Jason Gilmore from EasyPHPWebsites.com

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One Response to Zend Framework: Handling file uploads with Zend_File_Transfer

  1. venki says:

    You have given very good information about zent framework. Thanks for sharing with us.

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