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Padraic Brady's Blog:
Zend Framework Blog Tutorial - Part 6 Zend_Form & Zend_Auth
May 08, 2008 @ 09:33:36

Padraic Brady has continued his series about making a sample blogging application with the Zend Framework in a new blog post, part six - a focus on Zend_Form and Zend_Auth.

In the previous entry, we created a new Administration Module to hold blog management functionality, added a Module specific layout for it, and discussed the upcoming need to ensure this is only accessible by authorised Authors. In this entry I'll unravel some of Zend_Form's mysteries in adding a login form, before using Zend_Auth to implement authentication for authors.

He includes the code (controller and view) to add the login form as a part of the Author functionality and, using a few decorators to help him build the form how he likes it, extends the Zend_Form component to make his form with username, password and submit elements. He throws in some validation and a bit of error checking to finish it off.

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