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Filtering HTML in Zend Framework Using HTML Purifier

If you have forms where you allow users to submit HTML content you will want to filter that so you can be sure that no malicious code gets through, some WYSIWYG editors do this but not all but still as we are paranoid backend developers we don't trust any input submitted by users.  Read More ...


How To Use Zend Tool

Before I continue this series I thought I would discuss Zend Tool. This came about when Matthew Setter who has an excellent blog on Zend Framework at Master Zend Framework tweeted me after I wrote 'Hello World Part 1' and asked if I ever use the Zend Tool. Though I don't use it as I have my own coding style which I like to have in all my applications, I can see how it can be useful as with the 'Hello World' series I could of done this in one part with a few lines of code. So with that in this article I will show you how to install the Zend Tool and create your first app with it. This tutorial should be good for Linux and Mac.  Read More ...


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