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Tilllate.com Blog:
tilllate.com is now all Zend Framework
May 20, 2008 @ 10:28:28

The tilllate.com blog has a new post about a milestone in their development process - the removal of two old legacy components with ones from the Zend Framework making it running 100% on the Framework code.

The gallery and the user registration. The whole site tilllate.com is now running on Trevi, our extension of Zend Framework. With a reach of 2.5 million unique clients a month, tilllate.com is one of the world's biggest installation of Zend Framework.

They talk about the two upgraded parts of their older system - the move up to the Zend_Db database abstraction layer and a change to use memoization in the Zend_Date and Zend_Config components.

tagged: zendframework tilllate conversion trevi extension

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Leo Buttiker's Blog:
Trevi is online!
Jan 08, 2008 @ 11:17:00

Leo Buttiker has posted a release announcement about the new framework they've developed - Trevi.

There're already thousands of web frameworks out there so I would sink into the ground if we really wrote another one. [...] Zend Framework looked like a nice solution. But what we probably liked most is that ZF allowed us to replace every component in the framework.

To this end, their "framework" isn't truly a new way of doing things - it's just a heavily modified version of the Zend Framework they've customized to fit their needs. Trevi is their own internal name for this release.

tagged: trevi zendframework online framework modify component custom trevi zendframework online framework modify component custom

Link:

Leo Buttiker's Blog:
Trevi is online!
Jan 08, 2008 @ 11:17:00

Leo Buttiker has posted a release announcement about the new framework they've developed - Trevi.

There're already thousands of web frameworks out there so I would sink into the ground if we really wrote another one. [...] Zend Framework looked like a nice solution. But what we probably liked most is that ZF allowed us to replace every component in the framework.

To this end, their "framework" isn't truly a new way of doing things - it's just a heavily modified version of the Zend Framework they've customized to fit their needs. Trevi is their own internal name for this release.

tagged: trevi zendframework online framework modify component custom trevi zendframework online framework modify component custom

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