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Create a blog with MongoDB and Zend Framework

We never run out of the “hello worlds” of the web applications NoSQL-based blogs:

Now this article should have given you a good idea of just how easy it is to integrate MongoDb and the Zend Framework, specifically with the Shanty-Mongo library. I appreciate that there are a lot of things that I’ve not covered here, like the forms, proper security and more thorough validation. I’ve also not gone in to a lot of detail about the wide variety of features that are available with MongoDB, such as storing documents and exactly how replication works. But I hope that I’ve whet your appetite for learning more.

We’ve had a blog engine based on MongoDB using Mongomapper and also a guide to Zend and MongoDB to be run on one of the MongoDB cloud hosts, but never a blog with MongoDB and Zend. All combinations allowed!

Original title and link: Create a blog with MongoDB and Zend Framework (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.maltblue.com/2010/11/uncategorized/writing-a-simple-blog-with-zend-framework-and-mongodb