Chris Morrell comes with a very nice intermediate solution to ZF documentation hassles, he writes;
If you’ve every tried to navigate the Zend Framework documentation’s longer pages you’ve probably looked everywhere for a table of contents. Sure, there’s a TOC for the major sections of the component, but if you’re looking for a specific part of a page (or an overview of what that page covers) you’re out of luck. For example, take a look at the Zend_Validate list of standard validation classes. Now try to find the documentation on the URI validator. Can’t find it? That’s ’cause it doesn’t exist. Too bad you had to scroll down through 39 page-lengths’ worth of documentation to find that out.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you’d had something like this:…
Read on “Better Zend Framework Documentation” by Chris Morrell.
This is VERY good news!!!
The Zend Framework has updated their documentation site with a very handy feature for those that may not be working with the latest version of the framework – the ability to select a version of the framework to view the documentation for.
As of the time of this post, they have versions 1.10 back through the original 1.0 of the documentation as well as having them in six different languages. The site’s search can also be limited to a certain version as well, making it super simple to find just what you’re looking for.
Check out their updated documentation site to see these new features in action.
via Community News.
Preview of the next version of ZF 1.10