Search Results

You searched for: "Zend Framework"

  • Zend Framework Bank Marketing Database

    I had never used Zend Framework before, though had used Symfony with a PHP project a few years earlier. So it was a "0-60 in ten minutes" job, and I grew to like ZF very much. I built a ZF PHP backend app receiving transaction requests from a customer's iPhone, and placed them on a MySQL database. These transactions needed verification via a continuous cycle of once-only passwords. The requests prompted bank transfers. I also built a variety of operator screens to manage accounts and requ...
    more ...
  • PHP Zend Certification

    We can give credit to John Cowles, my friend at altcom Limited for recognising that we all ought to get official Zend certification. Zend is the official producer of PHP and runs well-priced training and certification schemes. In preparation, as a bunch (John, Neil, Richard and I) attended a useful PHP course in the Digital Peninsula, Penzance. We had all written and fixed innumerable lines of PHP code but we still discovered useful extra snippets outside our comfort zone. Then we signed up to t...
    more ...
  • Membership Database for an NZ Drinks company

    Once again I used Zend Framework (ZF) to build a PHP membership database, and including an API so that trusted third-parties could operate on the database. Requests could be submitted by CURL and validated with a secret key. There was also work on the public-facing website, to offer the option of signing up by Facebook as an extra option.
    more ...
  • Dave's IT CV

    ... After starting in an engineering background, I have moved on to developing websites, working with PHP, MySQL databases, CSS, HTML, Linux and all the trappings which follow on from that. I have worked with the Silverstripe, Drupal and Joomla CMSes, and Zend Framework. My other projects over the last few years have included my preferred tools of Microsoft Access and Delphi. In the last few years I have freelanced for several companies in Auckland; and previously I worked for Incentive Soluti...
    more ...
  • UK Nature Database

    The front end is based on Joomla with PHP and MySQL as usual. Unusually, the backend database is an amalgam of MySQL and Oracle. In addition, the open source Symfony Framework is used to keep everything coherent. I had a subsidiary development role on two modules: I created a handful of customised modules for importing a variety of legacy information, from Access, Excel, Word and plain text; and also a series of procedures to export various views of the Oracle data in XML format. My colleague R...
    more ...
  • Online Training System in PHP

    When I inherited the system, the basic architecture was fairly satisfactory, despite not being built on a recognised Framework or technology.  It had clearly been re-worked by several previous developers and styles, revealing some fragmentation. For example, two different database abstraction layers were in use, which was redundant.  And the database account username and password was specified identically in seven different files, making it an irritation to move the software to any other host....
    more ...
  • GoogleMaps and Search for NZ Schools

    You can visit the NZ School map. Finding the Schools Data I started with superbly-useful spreadsheet of schools for 2008, downloadable from the NZ Ministry of Education. This has excellent detail: keyed on School Number, with postal address, decile, some category information and a head count. Geocoding Schools Data It was a matter of moments to get this into an SQL table, and then do some normalising to split out separate tables for the local authority and regional council. (Though I think I...
    more ...

Top of page