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