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    New to both Zend & Ext. I finally got the Zend Framework tutorial working with my database of choice (Firebird). I think I've started to grasp some of the MVC concepts that had me stalled before. Now I'm trying to add Ext.

    Now I'm confused again. The ZF tutorial has everything going through a primary PHP script that performs various autoloader tasks. It appears whatever HTML is necessary - and therefore the Javascript - belongs in the layout folders of the ZF layout.

    Is this how I should bring in Ext? Or am I going about this wrong?

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    Individual javascripts go in
    /public/somefolder/foo.js
    If you use a layout, you can link to them in
    application/views/scripts/layout.phtml (this is default, change this if you set a layoutpath manually)

    I created a sample project in another thread here

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    Thank you - I'm still trying to wrap my head around a bunch of new concepts.

    Is it "better" - maybe that should be "easier" - to design an application in pure PHP and then try to port it to Ext? Or do I need to learn Ext first and then bring in Zend? I'm facing a double learning curve trying to work with two new frameworks. I assume my choice of Ext as my GUI framework is the right one (or we wouldn't be here, right?!) - I'm going with Zend because I see many other applications using it as the database/server-side framework of choice.

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    Hi,

    1. According to me, you shouldn't put your assets (especially JS) under public folders. Please wacth the movie
    http://www.zendcasts.com/protecting-...ugins/2009/10/

    2. Most people choice CI for little applications. It is really easier than ZF. But if you wanna do big web applications, you should use ZF.

    Best Regards.

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    Thanks a log bruijn88, this works like a charm and finally make me understand the way i'm gonna take.

    Best Regards.

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