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Master Zend Framework:
Running the ZF2Skeleton with PHP's Built-in Webserver
April 24, 2014 @ 09:25:07

The Master Zend Framework site has posted the first in their screencast series with a look at running the ZF2Skeleton with PHP's built-in webserver.

In this screencast we'll go through the creating an application from the ZF2Skeleton project on Github and getting it up and running, using PHP's built-in web server. [It requires] PHP 5.4 or higher and Curl.

The screencast, coming in just over 3 minutes, briefly introduces you to the ZF2Skeleton project and shows you how to run it as a single process though PHP's own web server (useful for debugging). As a part of the installation, he also helps you get Composer installed as that's what Zend Framework 2 uses to install its packages correctly.

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Link: http://www.masterzendframework.com/casts/001

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