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Apigility 1.0.0beta1 Released!

Published on 25 March, 2014 By Danny Froberg

We are pleased to announce the imme­di­ate avail­abil­ity of Apig­ility 1.0.0beta1! http://apigility.org/download This is our first beta release of Apig­ility, mark­ing its ini­tial API sta­bil­ity, and pro­vid­ing a solid pre­view of what to expect for the first sta­ble release. What is Apig­ility? Apig­ility is the world’s eas­i­est way to cre­ate and pro­vide secure, well-formed APIs. […]

Zend Framework 2 and a Restful Application

Published on 4 June, 2012 By Danny Froberg

Gary Hockin writes; After speak­ing to a prospec­tive employer in a job inter­view, I was inter­ested to try out the Zend\Mvc\Controller\RestfulController. With Zend_Json_Server in ZF1 hav­ing, shall we say, a less than ster­ling rep­u­ta­tion, it was very inter­est­ing for me to see how the strat­egy has been imple­mented in ZF2.
The start­ing point for this is simply […]

Connecting Flex 4 and RESTful Web Services using Zend Framework

Published on 3 March, 2010 By Danny Froberg

David Flat­ley writes;
With Adobe’s lat­est incar­na­tion of the Flex Frame­work and the Flash Builder inte­grated devel­op­ment envi­ron­ment (IDE), cre­at­ing truly engag­ing front-end clients is now more stream­lined. Some of the use­ful tools and fea­tures cov­ered in this arti­cle are the Data/Services, Test Oper­a­tion, and Net­work Mon­i­tor addi­tions to Flash Builder. In this arti­cle, I explain […]

MVC application into an XML webservice using one single plugin">Converting your Zend Framework MVC application into an XML webservice using one single plugin

Published on 26 May, 2009 By Danny Froberg

Thijs Feryn writes an excel­lent arti­cle on how to con­vert your entire MVC app or one or more con­trollers into a XML ser­vice. I actu­ally have this one in a pro­duc­tion envi­ron­ment and it works like a charm.

That’s right folks, in this blog post I’ll show you how you can con­vert your entire MVC appli­ca­tion into a REST-style XML web­ser­vice. And I’m not talk­ing about refac­tor­ing tons of code … NO, we’ll plug this option in with­out chang­ing a sin­gle thing to your action controllers.

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