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Managing Persistent Data with Doctrine 2 PHP ORM

Mar 03, 2011, 21:06 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Under development for more than two years, the first stable release of Doctrine 2 was made available this past December. This release provides users of PHP's leading object-relational mapper with even more expansive capabilities for effectively managing data and relations using a convenient object-oriented interface.

"I've been using Doctrine 2 in conjunction with the Zend Framework for several weeks now, and already wonder how I ever got along without it. In this article I'll introduce you to Doctrine 2, helping you to get familiar with some of the key features at your disposal when using this incredibly powerful persistence solution.

"By the way, Doctrine 2 takes advantage of several features available only to PHP 5.3, meaning you'll need to upgrade to at least PHP 5.3.0 before continuing with this tutorial."

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