INTRODUCTION xxvii CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCING SYMFONY, CAKEPHP, AND ZEND FRAMEWORK 1 CHAPTER 2: GETTING STARTED 29 CHAPTER 3: WORKING WITH DATABASES 57 CHAPTER 4: YOUR FIRST APPLICATION IN THE THREE FRAMEWORKS 91 CHAPTER 5: FORMS 131 CHAPTER 6: MAILING 181 CHAPTER 7: SEARCHING 209 CHAPTER 8: SECURITY 229 CHAPTER 9: TEMPLATES 249 CHAPTER 10: AJAX 279 CHAPTER 11: MAKING PLUG-INS 315 CHAPTER 12: WEB SERVICES 327 CHAPTER 13: BACK END 355 CHAPTER 14: INTERNATIONALIZATION 371 CHAPTER 15: TESTING 393 CHAPTER 16: USER MANAGEMENT 429 CHAPTER 17: PERFORMANCE 477 CHAPTER 18: SUMMARY 485 APPENDIX A: WEB RESOURCES 493 APPENDIX B: CODEIGNITER, LITHIUM, AND AGAVI WITH CODE EXAMPLES 499 Glossary of Acronyms and Technical Terms 525 INDEX 529
Bartosz Porebski is a video game, web application, and C++ software developer. He works as Brain-Computer Interface researcher and lecturer at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. Karol Przystalski , MSc, is Software Quality Engineer at Sabre Holdings and a PhD student at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. He has worked with Symfony since its earliest versions and has written a book about this framework. Leszek Nowak has years of development experience with the CakePHP, CodeIgniter, and Django frameworks. He also works with 3D graphics and pattern recognition at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland.