Zend_Config_Ini and using Zend_Http_Client with Twitter

This podcast is a two-parter: Zend_Config_Ini and Zend_Http_Client(). While the two classes aren’t married together in the video, anyone serious about writing an API to their web application will need to access the API differently in development, staging and production environments.

We also take 10 minutes and 4 lines of code to work with the Twitter API. Jump to around the 15 minute mark if you’re already up to speed on Zend_Config_*.

I’m trying to cover the basic classes required to write a web service in the video next week. I’ve gotten a couple emails about covering Zend_Db. Since this podcast has covered Zend_Controller_* and Zend_View_* classes, the Zend_Db_* are starting to appear as the odd class out. I’m hoping to introduce Zend_Db by mid April.

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This podcast is a two-parter: Zend_Config_Ini and Zend_Http_Client(). While the two classes aren’t married together in the video, anyone serious about writing an API to their web application will need to access the API differently in development, staging and production environments. We also take 10 minutes and 4 lines of code to work with the…

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