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Tag Archives: zend_form

Repost: How to layer decorators

Seems like Matthew is bored or is tired of all the questions he gets asked regarding Zend_Forms. A few days ago, he was posted this and now he has this: You may have noticed in the previous installment that the … Continue reading

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The simplest Zend_Form decoration by Matthew Weier O’Phinney

This is a re-port from Matthew’s┬ápost. I have not read it yet but the title says it all.

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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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Zend Framework Tutorial: A Fully Customized Form Using Zend_Form and Decorators (UPDATED now using Tables)

This tutorial is derived from this post. So I suggest that you read weirophinney’s post first before this. This method of rendering a form can be more verbose, but it also allows you to tweak the form at almost infinitely … Continue reading

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Zend Framework How To: Creating your own validator for confirm passwords and emails

Last night I was working on the registration page of my pet-project. I am using Zend_Form for it but I had difficulties creating a validator to confirm 2 fields in the form. I chatted around #zftalk and checked the ZF … Continue reading

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