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Zend Developer Zone:
The ZendCon Sessions Episode 9 QEDWiki and Zend Framework
February 28, 2008 @ 07:56:00

The Zend Developer Zone has posted episode nine of their ZendCon Sessions series (recordings of the talks from the 2007 Zend/PHP Conference & Expo). This episode is Stewart Nickolas' presentation on the QEDWiki and the Zend Framework.

Welcome to The ZendCon Sessions. This episode of The ZendCon Sessions was recorded live at ZendCon 2007 in Burlingame, CA. We hope you enjoy today's session as we listen to Stewart Nickolas present "QEDWiki and Zend Framework".

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Redmond Developer News:
Enterprise Feed Bleeds
August 08, 2007 @ 12:08:00

On the Redmond Developer News site, there's a new article about a new idea stemming from the mashups that have become so popular - "feed bleeds".

I call them "feed bleeds." That's because syndicated feeds can be easily bled into one another to form aggregated streams of content. Not only that, users and developers can increasingly control the content mix.

Zend is already playing a part in the development of these "bleeds" via their contribution (a collaboration with IBM) - the QEDWiki software (based on the Zend Framework).

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
The next hot PHP app you install might be IBM's
November 01, 2006 @ 11:48:00

Harry Fuecks talks, in this new post on the SitePoint PHP Blog, about some of the advancements being made with the Zend Framework and the QEDWiki setup.

The idea of application wikis and situational applications has a lot of potential IMO. If you consider Dokuwiki (tends to get mentioned round here) for example, its interesting that a number of users have employed it as an alternative to a CMS-it gives you more structure than most wiki's thanks to things like namespaces but is far more flexible than your average CMS.

Harry also mentions some of the plugins included (behavior syntax and Ajax chat) and recommends developers keep an eye on these new introductions by IBM to the world of PHP.

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Zend Developer Zone:
Zend and IBM Post QEDWiki Screencast
September 16, 2006 @ 09:41:16

The Zend Developer Zone has posted some information about a screencast of the QEDWiki they've covered previously from IBM.

We've covered QEDWiki before but so far we've only had screenshots to show. Now we've got a full blown screencast. The demo application they show is the "hardware store" scenario we first saw in the article with Dan Gisolfi. Each time I see a new screencast of this application it gets better. This time, the properties panels are fleshed out and everything looks a lot more finished.

They remind readers of what the QEDWiki is - "the most sophisticated applications to have been built on top of the Zend Framework so far" that allows users to create applications in a drag and drop style right on a wiki page. Check out the screencast for a look at how it all works.

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Zend Developer Zone:
QEDWiki, IBM, and
July 17, 2006 @ 18:05:55

On the Zend Developer Zone, Cal Evans got a chance to site down and talk with Dan Gisolfi, a "Certified IBM Executive IT Architect" and talk about IBM the company, PHP, the Zend Framrwork, and the latest offering from IBM - QEDWiki.

When people mention IBM, the most common mental picture is huge corporate IT. (that and Avery Books starring back at me from my TV demanding to know where the flying cars are) Their reputation for large IT projects borders on legendary. So prevalent is this mental picture that many people lose sight of the fact that IBM has been quietly innovating for the past 20 years.

I was recently blessed with the opportunity to slip below the blue veneer. It was far from the corporate cube farm mentality I expected. What I found was interesting, it was fresh; yes, I'll say it, it was innovative.

They talk mostly about the QEDWiki technology - an interface to web applications (which can use PHP) to be a "mashup enabler" for developers. They cover what it is and how it'll help the web in general, and include a mention of IBM's demo site for the project (for a fictional hardware store).

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Zend Developer Zone:
Dipping a Toe into Rapid Application Development for PHP
May 02, 2006 @ 07:52:17

The Zend Developer Zone has a new post today that "dips their toe" into the world of Rapid Application Development in the land of PHP.

As Andi Gutmans presented at his php|tek keynote, and reinforced by IBM in their showing of QEDWiki, there is indeed a place in PHP for the Rapid Application Development. As part of Andi's keynote, he spoke about component architectures and showed a quick demo of what that might look like in the future. He did so with a proof of concept called phpBlox. Now, don't get too excited, it looks nice and worked for the demo, but we are still only at the beginning of the Road to RAD.

They talk about:

  • component architectures,
  • the rich design experience that a framework needs to have,
  • the inclusion of being able to drop "back to the code",
  • the proper seperatin of model and view
  • and the ease of multiple-developer development

There's also a mention of IBM's QEDWiki and the proof of concept that Andi (and crew) presented at the php|tek conference during a keynote (check out this this screencast example for their presentation).

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