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Why Zend FrameWork

In this current tutorial we will discuss why should we select zend framework over any other framework, The key features of zend framework is also discussed in this tutorial

Why Zend Framework:

In this current tutorial we will discuss why should we select zend framework over any other framework.

At first let's discuss about the conventional way of developing a website using PHP technology. In early days of PHP developers use to combine the HTML & PHP coding altogether. But it becomes messy when we need to change anything in the page and these days specially big concerns change their web sites look and feel on daily basis.

With Zend Framework we can do make changes with so much ease. ZF contains a rich set of components like PDF generation, Searching text etc.

Developers found the solution in such a way that they diversify each section of the page like header section, database connectivity, ...., footer section etc.

The key features of zend framework is as follows:

  • Everything you need is present in the box :- ZF is a comprehensive stack framework and it contains everything you need to develop a website like authentication, searching, localization, PDF creation etc.
  • Modern Design Pattern :- The ZF uses many design patterns and tries to minimize the effort of developers.
  • Easy to learn the concept:- In ZF you need to worry about to learn the whole framework and its components in a one go, so we can learn it step by step and can get the most benefits out of it.
  • Simpler and Rapid Development:- The code which carries by ZF is simple, tested and reliable so we need not to worry about the coding section too much. Using ZF we can use the underlying components and the things can be done quickly.
  • Full Documentation :- In ZF documentation can be done by two ways, one is API and end-user. API documentation is done by PHPDocumentor.





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