Tag search: Zend Framework
Following on from an earlier post about Zend Framework Structure, I wanted a more modular approach for a set of tools I’m working on for some internal work. It is a collection of applications, and I wanted each application to be split into a seperate folder, with it’s own controllers, models, layouts, forms and views.
On large open source builds, we use Zend Framework. The Zend Framework is a Model View Controller (MVC) Framework. The idea of this is to separate out the application logic from the user interface, allowing independent development, and maintenance of each step.
As part of this, we start all sites with a basic folder structure based around incorporating Zend; kind of like a framework around a framework.
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