Zend Framework 1.0.0 Production Release

Wow, many framework for PHP get mature and stable. One of them is Zend Framework, already reach 1.0.0 version

Unfortunately I still stick with PHP4 not ready yet for PHP5 since Zend Framework only for PHP5.

Maybe this framework will ‘force’ me to use PHP5 in production (not in cgi style hehehehe)

From Zend Framework site :

"

This is the first production release of Zend Framework.

Many thanks to the scores of PHP developers who have worked for many months to make this product milestone possible. Zend Framework has followed a mission to provide classes that are extremely simple, yet powerful and extensible. Zend Framework is now the best class library available for PHP 5 web application development.

The Zend Framework project has developed solutions to solve frequent needs of web application developers, including the following areas:

  • Powerful MVC framework
  • Database access solution that balances ORM with efficiency and simplicity
  • Lucene-compatible search engine
  • Advanced I18N support
  • Robust authentication/authorization classes and input filtering
  • Many other useful classes to make you as productive as possible
  • Thorough and high-quality test suites and documentation
  • Open-source development process with an active community provides continuous review and testing

The Zend Framework is the best PHP 5 framework to meet modern business needs, being licensed under the New BSD license. The Contributor License Agreement assures that all code has been provided freely.

Zend Framework is already in use in dozens of applications, so it is proven to be production-ready."

Download Zend Framework 1.0.0

By the way, if you wanna try framework that support PHP4 and PHP5 you’ll consider using CodeIgniter

 

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rthanks, wp-plugin for say thanks

In last few days after testing stumbleupon effect I see very good result, almost everyday stats log get visitor from stumbleupon. Other socialbookmark like digg also included, netscape etc.

Google analytics also give interesting result, direct access very small while two other source come into major contributor :

  • Search Engines
  • Referring sites

I also see some question about how to increase rss subscriber :

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Save as pdf in Office 2007

I used to use openoffice to save document into pdf 🙂

Recent upgrade from Office 2003 to Office 2007 make me think about native supoort of pdf .

After googling I found this link :

Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS

This Add in for :

    * Microsoft Office Access 2007
    * Microsoft Office Excel 2007
    * Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007
    * Microsoft Office OneNote 2007
    * Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007
    * Microsoft Office Publisher 2007
    * Microsoft Office Visio 2007
    * Microsoft Office Word 2007

 

 

Installation process

Complete

Hehehe, where save as pdf button located ?

I don’t familiar with XPS , but these links might help :

 

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