Zend_Acl part 3: creating and storing dynamic ACLs

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

In this third post of the series, I'll talk about using dynamic ACLs: How to store an ACL in a database, and construct it from there when needed. This post builds on the things introduced in part 1 and part 2. We will first look at a simple example with users ...

Zend_Acl part 2: different roles and resources, more on access

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009

First a quick announcement: please let me know if the blog seems slow/sluggish. I have been experiencing some slowness, and I recently installed WP Super Cache which seems to have helped, but let me know if you encounter anything! Now, the post: This time, we'll look at Zend_Acl a bit deeper ...

Zend_Acl part 1: Misconceptions and simple ACLs

Friday, February 6th, 2009

I'm going to be writing a weekly series of posts on Zend_Acl. This first post will clear up some common misconceptions regarding Zend_Acl, introduce creating ACLs for simple applications, and give some examples on using the ACL in both non-Zend Framework and Zend Framework applications. Later in the post series I'll ...