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    1 Overview 1
    2 Installation
    2.1 Using Composer .
    2.2 Using Git submodules
    2.3 Web Server Setup

    3 Getting Started with Zend Framework 2
    3.1 Some assumptions
    3.2 The tutorial application

    4 Getting started: A skeleton application
    4.1 Using the Apache Web Server
    4.2 Using the Built-in PHP CLI Server
    4.3 Error reporting

    5 Modules
    5.1 Setting up the Album module
    5.2 Configuration
    5.3 Informing the application about our new module

    6 Routing and controllers
    7 Create the controller
    7.1 Initialise the view scripts

    8 Database and models
    8.1 The database
    8.2 The model files
    8.3 Using ServiceManager to configure the table gateway and inject into the AlbumTable .
    8.4 Back to the controller
    8.5 Listing albums

    Styling and Translations
    10 Forms and actions
    10.1 Adding new albums
    10.2 Editing an album
    10.3 Deleting an album

    10.4 Ensuring that the home page displays the list of albums

    11 Conclusion
    12 Introducing our first “Blog” Module
    12.1 Writing a new Module
    12.2 Configuring the Module

    13 Introducing Services and the ServiceManager
    13.1 What is a Service? . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    13.2 Writing the PostService . . . . . . . . . .
    13.3 Writing the required Model Files . . . . .
    13.4 Bringing Life into our PostService . . . . .
    13.5 Bringing the Service into the Controller
    13.6 Writing a Factory Class
    13.7 Registering Services
    13.8 Using the Service at our Controller
    13.9 Accessing View Variables
    13.10 Summary

    14 Preparing for different Database-Backends
    14.1 What is database abstraction?
    14.2 Creating the PostMapperInterface
    14.3 Refactoring the PostService
    14.4 The PostService has a dependency
    14.5 Conclusion

    15 Introducing Zend\Db\Sql and Zend\Stdlib\Hydrator
    15.1 Preparing the Database
    15.2 Quick Facts Zend\Db\Sql
    15.3 Writing the mapper implementation
    15.4 Refactoring hidden dependencies
    15.5 Finishing the mapper
    15.6 Conclusion


    16 Understanding the Router
    16.1 Different route types
    16.2 Different routing concepts
    16.3 A practical example for our Blog Module

    17 Making use of Forms and Fieldsets
    17.1 Core components
    17.2 Creating your first Fieldse
    17.3 Creating the PostForm
    17.4 Adding a new Post
    17.5 Displaying the form
    17.6 Controller Logic for basically all Forms
    17.7 Zend\Form and Zend\Stdlib\Hydrator working together .
    17.8 Conclusion

    18 Editing and Deleting Data
    18.1 Binding Objects to Forms
    18.2 Adding the edit-route
    18.3 Creating the edit-template
    18.4 Implementing the delete functionality .
    18.5 Summary

    19 Reviewing the Blog-application
    19.1 Do we always need all the layers and interfaces?
    19.2 Having many objects, won’t there be much code-duplication?
    19.3 Why are there so many controllers?
    19.4 Do you have more questions? PR them!

    20 Getting Started with Zend Framework 2

    20.1 Installation
    20.2 Getting Started
    21 A quick tour of the skeleton application

    21.1 The dispatch cycle
    22 The MyTaskList application
    22.1 The Checklist module
    22.2 The Module class
    23 The application’s pages
    23.1 Routing
    23.2 The TaskController
    23.3 The model
    23.4 Using Service Manager to configure the database credentials and inject into the controller


    24 Listing tasks
    24.1 Redirect the home page
    25 Styling
    26 Adding new tasks
    27 Editing a task
    28 Deleting a task
    29 Application Diagnostics
    30 Step-by-step debugging
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