Zend Framework 1.8 Web Application Development

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Zend Framework 1.8

Web Application Development

Design, develop, and deploy feature-rich PHP web

applications with this MVC framework

Keith Pope


Zend Framework 1.8 Web Application Development

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About the Author

Keith Pope has over ten years of experience in web-related industries and has

had a keen interest in programming from an early age. Keith currently works in the

airline industry as a technical project manager, providing entertainment systems

for aircraft.

He has been working with the Zend Framework since its first preview release, using

it in many of his work and personal projects.

I would like to thank my wife; without her support and patience,

this book would not have been possible. I would also like to thank

Matthew Weier O'Phinney who has been instrumental in the success

of the Zend Framework project as well as giving lots of time to

the mailing lists, answering both mine and others questions. The

rest of the Zend team for all their hard work while creating a great

framework that I could write about. Rob Allen and Alex Mace for

general help and support. The technical reviewers and the team at

Packt for their hard work in getting everything together. Derek Au

for his bug reports. Big thanks to my family, the Adkins family, Phil

Dunsford, Martin Williams, Tom Hoddell, Sally Hoddell, the Allpay

team, Francesca Oliveri, Lucy Hughes-Martin, and Rob Whittle; you

all supported me in various ways.

About the Reviewers

Wenbert Del Rosario is from Cebu, Philippines. He started his career as a

web developer in college, learning PHP and Adobe Photoshop. He works with

open source technologies—Zend Framework, Code Igniter, MySQL, and jQuery

are some of the tools he has under his sleeve.

He likes to keep it simple and believes that being mindful of best practices in

software development can be more effective than adopting every latest technology.

In his free time, he loves to work on personal projects using PHP, Javascript, and

MySQL. He also does some freelance jobs and consulting from time to time.

All in all, he is very passionate about what he does and is a big fan of open

source software.

Wenbert has worked for Lexmark Research and Development Corporation in Cebu.

He develops in-house web-based applications using Apache, PHP, MySQL, and

Linux. Some of his web applications are used in different geographc regions

(USA, Europe, and Asia Pacific) by Lexmark employees, while other small but

significant ones are used locally by Lexmark Cebu employees.

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