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  • Jay Versluis 5:54 pm on February 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Categories: PHP ( 27 )   

    Getting Started with ZEND Server 6 on Mac OS X 


    I’ve just installed ZEND Server 6.3 on my MacBook running Mavericks 10.9.1. Needless to say I’m sill a little shaken up from the huge amount of brain pain this adventure has caused.

    Because once downloaded and installed on your system, you may ask yourself a vital question: Now What?

    Let’s find out. This article is Work in Progress – bear with me while I flesh it out.

    The Basics

    ZEND Server on Mac is located here:

    • /usr/local/zend/

    Your web files live here:

    • /usr/local/zend/apache2/htdocs

    To open this directory in Finder you can navigate there with a Terminal session and open it, like so:

    cd /usr/local/zend/apache2/htdocs
    open .

    Now you can create a shortcut on your sidebar for easy access.

    To access the ZEND Server Admin interface, navigate to the following URL in your browser:

    If you’re done with it, you can uninstall ZEND Server with the following command:

    sudo /usr/local/zend/bin/uninstall.sh

    (More …)

    • Yonni 10:28 am on February 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Mysql access – you can deploy phpmyadmin from within the Zend Server UI’s Guide Page. After launching Zend Server, this is the first page that opens up and is the homepage for Zend Server’s UI.

      Right at the top, in Getting Started you have a scrolling gallery of applications, one of which is phpmyadmin.

      Deploy, configure, rejoice

      • Jay Versluis 9:17 am on February 27, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Yonni,

        Thank you so much for the tip – how could I have missed that 🙂 I hadn’t spotted there was a second page for applications!

        My first attempt to deploy phpMyAdmin manually didn’t work, but auto deploy via ZEND Server was indeed a breeze. Thanks for sharing!

  • Jay Versluis 6:35 pm on February 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    How to install ZEND Framework for use with MAMP 

    ZEND_logoIf you have MAMP installed and working on your Mac, it’s easy to get started with ZEND Framework development. I’ll show you how in this article.

    Download the framework from here:

    Choose the full version without ZEND Server (not necessary as we’re using MAMP). Unpack the download and put it somewhere safe. I’m adding mine to my Documents directory. I’ll also rename my folder to something like “ZendFramework” without the version number.

    To access it from anywhere on our machine we’ll create an alias named “zf”. zf is a shell script provided by the framework that we’ll need throughout our development journey with ZEND. Let’s to this in a Terminal session:

    alias zf="/Users/you/Documents/ZendFramework/bin/zf.sh'

    Replace the path with your own. Notice the call to /bin/zf.sh which is the “real” shell script. Our alias has just made this universal and accessible without having to mess with our shell path.

    Verify that it’s working with this:

    zf show version
    Zend Framework Version: 1.12.3

    Read the full article

    • nashivor 6:05 am on February 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Installation Process of Zend Famework using Mamp define in this blog step by step..

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