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Jason Houle's Blog:
Zend Framework The Dijit Editor
July 21, 2009 @ 11:40:29

Jason Houle submitted a recent post from his blog looking at the integration of the Dijit editor with a Zend Framework application:

In one of my current projects, AircraftConnection.com, I decided to use the dijit.Editor WYSIWYG editor in my user's forms. I ran into a few problems and could not find much documentation on the topic.

He wanted a few things - different ordering of some of the elements, submission of the contents of the editor on POST and the ability to pre-populate the data the user had already submitted. The post walks you through these changes, starting from making the basic Zend_Form instance with a customized Dijit form element out to adding in the code to push the current user data into the editor instance.

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