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Views, Forms, Filters, and Validators

Abstract

Chapter 3 dissected the ins and outs of the Zend_Controller object and covered the separation that is recommended and allowed between the controllers and models using the model-view-controller (MVC) pattern. In this chapter, you’ll now turn your attention to the front end, the public-facing side of the application. This is the side of the application that allows the user to interact with it. The goal of this chapter is to cover the concept of the Vin the MVC pattern: the view. You’ll see how it interacts with the controller, how you pass valuable information from the controller to the view, and how you can use PHP as a template language in your views.

Keywords

Form Element Text Field View Object Public Function Account Sign 
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© Armando Padilla 2009

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