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Latest version of Zend framework- ZF 1.6.0 ship dojo toolkit. You can find it in ZendFramework-1.6.0/external/ directory when you download ZF.
Recently I come across a problem using third party “calendar”- Java script Calendar, and as Zend has now done collaboration with Dojo, so people using zend will definitely start using Dojo for java scripts and all other functionality Dojo is providing. And that’s why I decided to study and use Dojo and implement it in my application instead of fixing the issue in the third party calendar.
Although Zend has done excellent job and has made things quite easy for those who wish to use dojo in their applications, however novice and those with little experience may find it a bit difficult to configure Zend for Dojo.
It this post I will tell you how to configure Zend for working with Dojo.
The first and most important thing is to copy “external/dojo” into your js directory under www/public folder.
After you copy the dojo folder add the following code in your bootstrap.
Ignore the first line $view= new Zend_View() if you have already instantiated view object in your bootstrap file.
<body class=”tundra”>. Thats it you will now have a page like the following