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Recently revised for Zend Framework 1.9!

Combining over 300 pages of instruction with access to almost 5 hours of online video, Easy PHP Websites with the Zend Framework is the ultimate learning guide to building powerful websites with the world’s most popular Web development language.

Written by popular PHP author W. Jason Gilmore, you’ll master the Zend Framework by following along with the creation of a community website for video gamers. Among other topics, you’ll learn how to:

* Manage Web Forms: Create web forms, and validate user-provided data

* Send E-mails: Send unformatted and HTML e-mails through your website

* Create Community Features: Register users, manage logins, and recover forgotten passwords

* Extend Your Network: Integrate with popular online services such as Google Maps, Amazon Web Services, the Facebook Platform, and PayPal

All readers are provided with access to the EasyPHPWebsites.com website, including access to almost five hours of online video, direct communication with the author, forum access, and a regularly updated DRM-Free PDF!

About the Author

W. Jason Gilmore is founder of a W.J. Gilmore, LLC, a publishing and consulting firm based out of Columbus, Ohio. Formerly Apress’ open source editor, Jason fostered the development of more than 60 books, along the way helping to transform their open source line into one of the industry’s most respected publishing programs. He’s the author of several books, including the best-selling “Beginning PHP and MySQL: From Novice to Professional”(currently in its third edition), “Beginning PHP and PostgreSQL: From Novice to Professional”, and “Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional”.

Jason is cofounder of CodeMash, a nonprofit organization tasked with hosting an annual namesake developer’s conference, and was a member of the 2008 MySQL Conference speaker selection board.

Jason has over 100 articles to his credit within prominent publications such as Developer.com, Linux Magazine, and TechTarget.

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