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Zend Framework in Action by Steven Brown, Nick Lo, Rob Allen

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Chapter 13. Mashups with public web services

This chapter covers
  • Integrating Zend_Service_Amazon into a Zend Framework application
  • Displaying images from Flickr
  • Presenting YouTube videos on your own website

In the previous chapter, we looked at some of the more general web service components of Zend Framework and explored both client and server roles. In this chapter, we’re going to take on the client role and use some of the publicly available web services to make significant additions to our Places site. It would also be fair to say that this chapter should be easier and, if it’s possible, even a bit more exciting than the last. Chapter 12 demonstrated the use of one such public web service, the Akismet spam-filtering service, using the ...

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