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icon5.gif  Forms in 2.0 [message #94419] Sun, 28 February 2010 05:00 Go to next message
rscarriere  is currently offline rscarriere
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Is anyone aware of how forms will be handled in 2.0? Will the existing forms framework be turned into a bundle? Or is there talk of using a third party framework (such as Zend_Form). I'm just curious because I am thinking of using 2.0 for a personal project.

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Re: Forms in 2.0 [message #94450 is a reply to message #94419 ] Sun, 28 February 2010 22:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I think too much work has gone into the forms system for it to not be available in 2.0. That said, I should think 2.0 will be amenable to using other forms frameworks - it just won't be as well integrated with the ORM.

I think if you have a personal project to start now, you should use 1.4 and upgrade to 2.0 in a year if there is a compelling reason to do so. There is limited benefit to using 2.0 immediately, and the major drawbacks are that the ORM and the Forms systems are not integrated yet.

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Re: Forms in 2.0 [message #94489 is a reply to message #94450 ] Mon, 01 March 2010 15:56 Go to previous message
rscarriere  is currently offline rscarriere
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Thanks Halfer. I was considering 2.0 just because I a) wanted to understand it better and b) was worried the upgrade path from 1.4=>2.0 would be very time consuming. I spent some time reflecting over the weekend and I will probably follow your advice about sticking with 1.4 for now.
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