28 Aug/10

Zend Framework Scaffolding Component

One thing I always missed in ZF was a scaffolding component, i.e. a component that allows you to easily create, read, update and delete (CRUD) records in a database.

“Hey, wait! What about Zend_Db” you might shout out. Actually Zend_Db will allow you to do exactly what I was looking for. However, a scaffolding component helps you on a more abstract level – just like Doctrine (see this article) helps you on a more abstract level.

Alex Oroshchuk just published a proposal for such a scaffolding component on the ZF wiki. You will also find a link to the first alpa version of this component. Actually, I haven’t tried this component yet, but I am sure that Alex would be happy if you send him your feedback…

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Posted in Zend Framework by Christian on August 28th, 2010 at 6:58 PM.

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