Last time out I introduced a basic idea for an API, this post will be about the basic architecture of the API framework. I have been listening to and reading on API best practices published by APIGEE. Although there are one or two things about this guide that I think pidgeon-hole me into certain standards, I agree in most part with a lot of what this e book has to say, I recommend you give it a browse at some point.
After a few years of Mokocharlie creating communities around images, it has become necessary to open up this data to partners who want to provide galleries of their own but don’t have the time to go out to curate those images themselves.
I had been on the prowl for an MVC approach to image manipulation. Especially a method that did it the Zend way. In the forums and documentation for the framework the developers didn’t see a real need to implement a “Zend_Image” class in the libraries as this was already available through the PHP GD and Imagick hooks.
So all the tutorials on configuring your development server to run Zend Framework successfully say that you need to enable mod_rewrite in apache2 so that .htaccess and Zend_Router* works well.
Having gone round in so many circles I finally found out that when useing Zend Pagination and the current route you are using has more than one dynamic variable i.e
To provide a robust search facility for content you have stored on a MySQL database, you may be thinking of using MySQLs builting full text indexing facility. This comes with the MyISAM storage engine and can be slightly limiting especially if you would like to use foreign keys and such. So queries such has the following:
So I have been playing with the Zend_Acl for a while now and I managed to integrate it with this site I am working on.
so I have been playing around with the Zend Framework rather extensively over the past few weeks and it has been a very rewarding experience.