In the previous sections we have covered how to create a basic module with controller, model, and view and also how to inject the database connection to the model and the CRUD. Here in this section, we will dive deep into Zend Framework with some of its very common functionalities.
In the Quick start – creating your first web application section, we have created a
newAction action and an
editAction action. Both of these actions have one thing in common: they were dealing with the client’s data. The client can insert anything which means they can insert malicious data that could lead to malicious attacks or invalidly formatted data; for example, we have a field for e-mail and e-mail ...