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Raphael Stolt's Blog:
Creating Zend Framework snippets for TextMate
February 21, 2008 @ 09:39:00

Raphael Stolt has posted a new entry to his blog that talks about combining two things that many developers out there already use - the Zend Framework and the TextMate editor. He shows hos to make some useful code snippets that can be customized to whatever you might need.

To reduce the typing effort for the most common tasks in creating a Zend Framework based application, which are creating action controllers including their hosted actions and creating new models for accessing the underlying database, I spent some minutes to figure out how to create and add these valuable snippets to the default PHP bundle.

The contents of the examples snippets are included - one to set up a controller, one to add an action to it and an third that will automatically set a table name property.

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