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Slides/Article to read and screencasts to watch.

From Matthew Weier O’Phinney: Zend Framework Workshop from DPC09: http://www.slideshare.net/weierophinney/zend-framework-workshop-dpc09 and Play-Doh: Modelling Your Objects: http://www.slideshare.net/weierophinney/playdoh-modelling-your-objects-1766001 or you can view this: http://mtadata.s3.amazonaws.com/webcasts/20090724-playdoh.wmv A screencast from Zendcasts.com about Unit Testing – http://www.zendcasts.com/unit-testing-with-the-zend-framework-with-zend_test-and-phpunit/2009/06/ and something from Pádraic Brady http://blog.astrumfutura.com/archives/411-Writing-A-Simple-Twitter-Client-Using-the-PHP-Zend-Frameworks-OAuth-Library-Zend_Oauth.html

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A Follow-up on the Zend Framework Quickstart Tutorial: The Model

The model is probably the most difficult to concept to grasp in MVC (Read Surviving The Deep End). This post is very rough and un-editted and is based on my experience. I have gone through the new Zend Framework Quickstart … Continue reading

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Matthew Weier O’Phinney’s posts on Models

Here are quick previews to Matthew’s posts on Zend Framework’s Models. First up is: Using Zend_Form in Your Models Many other frameworks tie the Model to data access — typically via the ActiveRecord pattern or a Table Data Gateway — … Continue reading

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