Category: zend

  • Zend Framework becomes Laminas project

    Today it was announced that Zend Framework is being rebranded as Laminas project. (drawn from the meaning “a thin layer”) Along with the rebrand comes some other important changes as well. Yes, this includes Expressive and Apigility, so continue reading. Some History Zend Framework is one of the largest and oldest PHP frameworks and has […]

  • Setting up local step debugging with Zend Studio

    Setting up debugging in an IDE with a local PHP development environment has gotten so easy it can be done in a couple automated steps. In this post I will demonstrate how to get step debugging functioning with Zend Studio and Zend Debugger when the server is set up on a local environment. To begin with, I […]

  • Adding mssql capability to PHP5 on CentOS

    I had a need to connect to MSSQL using PHP version 5 from a CentOS 5 server. To do this I needed FreeTDS and the module mssql in PHP. After a diligent search I found that there was no quick and easy way to install the mssql module, like “up2date install php-gd” to get GD […]

  • Using JOIN within the Zend Framework

    I found documentation very sparse on the subject of using JOIN with the Zend Framework. So i set out on a quest of many hours figuring out how to get it to work. Here is what I ended up with. I do not claim that this is the best way to do it, or that […]

  • Zend Studio IDE knowledge nuggets!

    I recently realized a few things that I didn’t know about the Zend Studio IDE. As many know I have used the Zend Studio IDE for PHP development for some time. All along I have been using the templates built into the IDE, and never realized that they could be changed since I had no […]