Zend_Db Insert and Read

This video is the first in a series on Zend_Db. I start with a looking at insert and read using the Zend_Db_Table classes with a bit of Zend_Db_Select thrown in at the end. Next week will be a followup with update and delete with the help of a custom route, some view partials and a few more additions to our service layer. I’m not a fan of putting business logic in the same object as a class belonging to the Table Data Gateway pattern, so I’ve created a custom UserService object to help seperate the view and model layers. This would also be in keeping if you had multiple service layers (for example, a database, a couple RSS feeds and a couple of web services) and wanted to keep their business logic and querying outside of the Controller. I don’t bother with Zend_Form since it’s configuration heavy and only really interesting in conjunction with validators, however it would fit in perfectly as an extension to this project. The code can be downloaded for this and next weeks episode to help you follow along.

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This video is the first in a series on Zend_Db. I start with a looking at insert and read using the Zend_Db_Table classes with a bit of Zend_Db_Select thrown in at the end. Next week will be a followup with update and delete with the help of a custom route, some view partials and a…

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