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Nick Halstead's Blog:
Zend Framework and fav.or.it
October 01, 2007 @ 11:18:00

Nick Halstead takes a look in a new post about how his latest project, Fav.or.it, is using the Zend Framework for just about every part of it (and why he went with it).

As we come near to launching fav.or.it I thought I would share my thoughts on building the project completely on Zend Framework. When we started 7 months ago the framework was on version 0.7 and some may have thought that basing our fledgling startup on a single unknown framework was slightly foolhardy. I will first cover why I made this decision and then outline my thoughts on each of the core modules and how we use them.

Also included in the post are the list of modules that they use including: Zend_Acl, Zend_Auth, Zend_Db, Zend_Feed and the Zend_Filter + Zend_Filter_Input + Zend_Validate combo.

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