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CSS and JavaScript files order in Zend Framework templates

Posted by evolic | Posted in Programming, Web development | Posted on 07-06-2013

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Today I would like to focus on one thing in Zend Framework (no matter if I talk about version 1.x or 2.x).

There is a problem with positioning CSS and JavaScript files in templates (using headLink() and headScript() helpers). I will demonstrate it in below samples and give the solution for that situation.

So let’s begin!

SubForms example in Zend Framework 1.x

Posted by evolic | Posted in Programming, Web development | Posted on 22-04-2013

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Today I would like to write something about SubForms available in Zend Framework 1.x.
Currently we have Zend Framework 2 released, and there is some similar solution called Form Collections with completely new approach.

I will take care that new feature from Zend Framework 2 in the close future, but in this article I would like to share some good looking and good working example of using SubForms from Zend Framework 1.x

SubForm example page in HTML5

SubForm example page in HTML5

Currently I am working on the project made with Zend Framework 1.x and I think that real example could be useful to people, who want to learn something about Zend_Form_SubForm.