Recently, I finished my first production-quality Zend Framework application. It was a new website that made use of an old backend that powers another application I wrote using a custom framework. I wanted to use Zend Framework to practice on it, and to learn things I hadn’t yet learned since I had yet to put an application into production; however, I didn’t have any desire to rewrite my model, which was done in Propel.
Propel has two things going for it already: the first is that Propel includes its own autoloader, meaning that I didn’t have to try and force Propel into Zend Framework’s file system structure. The second is that Propel is designed to let you put it’s files anywhere you want with ease, so long as you update your include path properly. This made the process significantly easier than I had thought it would be.
Monday, March 22nd, 2010 @ 7:00 am |
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Categories: Zend Framework, Technology
Tags: Propel, model, MVC, Zend Framework
Anyone who knows me knows that when I talk about the model, I’m usually talking about Propel. I’ve liked Propel ever since I started working with it in the middle of last year; I personally find it easier and more fun to use than Doctrine or other ORMs available today. I was excited to see recently that Propel’s development team had released Propel 1.5 as a beta, with a launch of the new features to come soon.
There are a couple new features in Propel 1.5 that I think are going to be pretty awesome additions. Here are my two favorites:
Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 @ 10:58 pm |
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Categories: Technology, General PHP
Tags: beta release, Propel, model, MVC