working example of code in book? Home › Forums › Learn ZF2 › working example of code in book? This topic contains 3 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by Slavey Karadzhov 3 years ago. Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total) Author Posts 2014/05/08 at 3:58 pm #328 mattParticipant It would be helpful to have a working example to try out so as to see clearly how the code is intended to work. For example, on my dev box, I just logged in using the learnzf2 code, but there is no persistence of the session and I’m just re-presented with the login page again. It seems odd that it would be that way, but perhaps it was left up to the dev to figure out. In any case, a working example would clarify. 2014/05/09 at 4:38 pm #332 Slavey KaradzhovParticipant I agree with you and what I will do in the near future is to change the repo a bit so that the last commit gives you a working application. The task will be to make one git command and end up with a working solution without extra commands or reading big manuals. I have to investigate if SQLite, ZF2 and Doctrine 2 play well together. Matt, you can subscribe to this topic and follow the progress. 2014/05/09 at 5:00 pm #333 mattParticipant Cool, I am subscribed. Thanks. 2014/05/14 at 5:20 pm #343 Slavey KaradzhovParticipant Hi Matt, Can you check if the following is working for you: 1. Clone the current repo: git clone https://github.com/slaff/learnzf2.git 2. Update composer.phar to the latest version cd learnzf2 php composer.phar self-update 3. Install composer dependencies php composer.phar install –no-dev 4. Start the built in PHP web server. You will need php v5.4 or newer: php -S 0.0.0.0:3456 -t public/ 5. Open your browser and type the URL: http://localhost:3456 Hopefully you will see the home page of the application. 6. Login as member http://localhost:3456/user/log/in with user/pass: firstname.lastname@example.org/member123 If you want the admin user then use: user/pass: email@example.com/admin123 7. Then go to the list of exams: http://localhost:3456/exam/test/list (Notice: if you see the DB rewind error, then try to reload the page) 8. And just for fun take some of them. So if these steps worked for you then I reflect these changes in the book too. Author Posts Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total) You must be logged in to reply to this topic.