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Pádraic Brady's Blog:
Complex Views with the Zend Framework - Part 6 Setting The Terminology
June 08, 2007 @ 10:23:00

Pádraic Brady continues his series looking at the creation of complex views in the Zend Framework with part six today all about gathering together the thoughts and ideas from the previous articles into a cohesive whole.

Part 6 now takes our previous fragments of theory and attempts to stitch them together into a cohesive whole - a description of a possible end solution. Yes, I know code talks loudly, and we'll get there with an almighty bang in Part 7 (which I promise is no more than a week away). Until then it's more verbosity.

He suggests a list of six terms to help get everyone on the same page when talking about the complex views:

  • Includes
  • Partials
  • Dispatches
  • Layouts
  • Placeholders
  • Response Segments

Since these terms would mean nothing without proper definitions, he provides a few paragraphs on each explaining what they are and, where necessary, using code to illustrate the point.

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