Zend Framework starter kit – zfkit.com

So.. I’ve finally gotten around to publishing the first draft of my ZF starter kit.

More will be at zfkit.com in the future – right now it just links over to the github project home.  Feel free to fork it and send me pull requests.  There’s a load of things I’d like to do to/with it, including a default basic authentication and user mgt system, a basic forms generator, some menu stuff on the side, and some other small stuff.

It’s got Doctrine built-in, and ready to go with a sample book/author object set, although no sample *data* yet, nor any examples of how to use the code specifically.  Maybe I’ll add some of that soon.

Curious to see what, if anything, people are interested in seeing this do or can contribute back.

Enjoy!


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  1. Great idea, been thinking this has been needed for quite some time.

    I think some useful features will be breaking down the main components of a site into modules that can be added and removed easily.

    -Caching Layer (turn on/off)
    -Session handling (DB,File)
    -Authentication

    … putting all these things together would be great.

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