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Building PHP Applications with Symfony, CakePHP, and Zend
Framework
By Bartosz Porebski, Karol Przystalski, Leszek Nowak
Building PHP Applications with Symfony, CakePHP, and Zend Framework Details:
The first detailed, unbiased comparison of the three leading PHP frameworks
Web developers have been eager for an impartial comparison of leading PHP frameworks
so they can make educated decisions about the most effective tool for their needs. This guide
uses Symfony, CakePHP, and Zend Framework to solve key problems, providing source
code examples and comparisons for each. It explains the approach and reviews the
similarities and differences in the three frameworks, providing reliable information on
which to base your decisions.
Symfony, CakePHP, and Zend Framework are considered the leading PHP
frameworks; developers need an unbiased comparison to choose which one works
best for their individual situations
This guide uses each framework to solve the same problems, illustrating the solutions
with source code examples and working applications
Covers wide range of topics, from installation and configuration to most advanced
features like AJAX, web services and automated testing.
Includes an appendix of new PHP frameworks, including CodeIgniter, Lithium, and
Agavi
Bestselling PHP author Elizabeth Naramore serves as technical editor
Comparison of PHP Web Frameworks
provides the impartial, side-by-side comparison that
developers have been looking for.
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North MPU"; ch_cid = "north"; ch_type = "mpu"; ch_hq = 1; Before any business
executive or protective guard assigned to close protection bodyguarding duties commences
a security operation, it is wise to understand the secret history of protective service
operations. It is equally important to understand and identify the very premise of close
protection and bodyguarding. A protective guard or protective guards only exist because
there is an actual or perceived threat levied against a human or other valuable asset.
Generally human assets fear what they do not understand, in the case of hiring protective
guards to supply close protection service the business executive asset typically does not
understand professional security. Hence they or their senior directors are fearful enough to
engage protective guards to supply a close protection or bodyguarding protective service
operations. The security industry is booming, especially the sector dealing with executive
protection where a protective guard is assigned to a business executive on close protection.
This article provides an introduction to protective guard a secret history of close protection
bodyguarding. The information in this article has been taken from the training syllabus of
the Law Enforcement & Bodyguard Association International - L.E.B.A.I In this article I
cover the following content matter... 1.Introduction to the secret history of close
protectionbodyguarding 2.What are protective service operations 3.History of
bodyguarding and protective guards Protective Guard A Secret History Of Close Protection
Bodyguarding Introduction to Protective Service Operations 1. Introduction In the
beginners mind there are many possibilities, but in the experts mind there are few!
Executive VIP Protection is experiencing a major boom as we progress towards the end of
the first decade of the new Millennium. This sector of the security business is set to become
one of the largest growth areas connected to the International security industry. The
nineties saw the collapse of Communism in a major part of the world. The former Soviet
Union, which alone covers one sixth of the world's land mass, is witnessing a phenomenal
increase in the employment of protective guards and Executive Protection Officers, ( EPO's.
) There had never been a need for Executive Protection Officers prior to Perestroika, as
private business was rigorously opposed by the communist regimes. The introduction of
private business in this part of the world has dictated the need for professionally trained
Executive Protection Officers, especially as the various Mafia groups and organised crime
lords openly battle for control of these new businesses. As further political and business
stability comes to these regions we will see a massive need for professional Executive
Protection Officers. This boom is not limited to the former Eastern Bloc countries. The
West is also experiencing a huge increase in the employment of Executive Protection
Officers. Crime is steadily rising in most countries around the world, particularly crimes
linked to violence. Whilst we continue to see this increase we will also experience a
continued growth in the executive protection industry. Most governments now openly admit
that the private sector offers a much more reliable, cost efficient service than the traditional
public sector. It is anticipated that the European Parliament will officially recognise and
regulate Executive Protection Officers in the same vein as the government of the U.S.A. 2.
What Are Protective Service Operations? Protective service operations are basically a
security operation where an individual, or a team of Executive Protection Officers or
protective guards, supply a complete protection service to a client or clients like a business
executive who feel, or have actually been, threatened. These threats can be written, verbal
or physical. A client or clients who fear for their personal safety would initially contact a
security consultant who would recommend a professional protection team. The chief
operational officer of the team would then organise the complete protective service
operation. The service operation would be a unique package, tailor made to suit the
individual needs of the client. It would encompass such things as: - Client Interview. -
Threat Analysis. - Past Incident Research. - Present Day Risk Analysis. - Individual Client's
Protection Team Formation. - Operational Pre-Briefing. - Operational De-Briefing. A
professional protective service operation can be organised for any low, medium or high risk
scenario in any overseas location, providing the protection team have the relevant
International Government and Law Enforcement contacts. International Laws Concerning
Executive Protection Service Operations Vary From Country To Country 3. History of
bodyguarding Most people's perception of bodyguarding is that it is a relatively new
industry which only stretches back approximately 100 years; nothing could be further from
the truth. Visit www.asecurityonestopshop.com for a copy of The History of Bodyguarding
by the British American Security Expert. Professional bodyguarding can be traced back
thousands of years and is in fact one of the oldest professions known to man. In order to
understand the history it is essential to first understand the actual meaning of the word
bodyguard. The Oxford English Dictionary defines the meaning as 'A person, or group of
persons escorting and protecting another person, especially a dignitary'. With this in mind
a few of the best known individuals, and groups of people, who have utilised the services of
professional bodyguards in the last two thousand years are named below. Julius Caesar
(Circa) 100 B.C. At the height of his career as a General and Dictator of the Roman Empire
it was estimated that he utilised the services of approximately two thousand professional
bodyguards. Unfortunately for him many of them conspired in his death on the 15th March
44 BC (stabbed). ch_client = "articlealley"; ch_width = 675; ch_height = 200; ch_sid =
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Spartacus 74-71 BC Spartacus was a bandit and slave who trained as a gladiator. He
formed an army of 90,000 slaves. His protection team consisted of fellow gladiators who had
also escaped from the Gladiatorial School in Capua, Italy. Attila The Hun 406-453 Became
King of the Huns in 434. For the next 20 years he was protected by members of his warring
nomad tribesmen as he conquered and plundered most of Europe. El Cid circa 1043-1099
Spanish soldier and national hero (real name Rodrigo Diaz De Vivar) surrounded himself
with protection from an army of brave and loyal men. GENGHIS KHAN 1162-1227
Originally named Temujin, he created the Mongol Empire the largest empire in history. He
achieved his success through brilliant leadership, strict discipline and unimaginable cruelty.
He utilised Mongolian tribesmen as his bodyguards. Oliver Cromwell 1599-1658 Lord
Protector of Great Britain from 1653 to 1658,he utilised members of his New Model Army
as bodyguards to deal with assassination attempts, especially from the Cavaliers, supporters
of King Charles I. Napoleon Bonaparte I 1769-1821 At the height of his career in November
1799 after the famous coup d'etat from which he became the new leader of France until his
defeat at the battle of Waterloo, Napoleon utilised the services of a full company of soldiers
as his personal bodyguards. He was a definite high risk client who was regularly targeted by
assassins. The first attempted explosive time bomb assassination attempt was against
Napoleon. Shaka circa 1787-1828 Shaka was the first great chief of the Zulu nation. He was
protected by the elite of his fighting forces. He lived a high risk existence, especially after he
put 7,000 of his own Zulu's to death as a sign of grief when his mother died. Abraham
Lincoln 1809-1865 Lincoln was assassinated whilst at the theater one evening by a fanatical
supporter of the Southern States. He had dismissed his protection team for the evening
(Shot). Queen Victoria 1837-1901 Queen Victoria utilised bodyguards and survived between
seven and twenty eight assassination attempts. Although furnished with many protection
officers, she preferred the company of one individual officer. Originally Irish Special
Branch was created to protect her from the Irish Fenian Brotherhood. Charles De Gaulle
1890-1970 President of France1958-1969, he survived many assassination attempts as he
steered his country through political turmoil. Lord Mountbatten He ignored his Special
Branch protection team's advice to take a boating holiday in a country other than Ireland.
He was assassinated by the IRA in 1979. Mrs Indira Gandhi 1917-1984 As Prime Minister
of India she regularly used bodyguards, usually officers of the Indian Intelligence Service.
She ignored their advice and also employed Sikh bodyguards, two of whom were the police
officers who assassinated her in 1984. *Some of the most professional bodyguards in history
were the ancient 'Samurai' warriors from Japan. Their protection services were provided to
feuding warlords and landowners. This protective guard a secret history of close protection
bodyguarding article has only covered the very early history of bodyguarding and close
protection. Further historical updates will follow in a future article. ------ Dr. Mark D. Yates
The British American Security Expert provides high risk close protection, counter
terrorism & SWAT training & consultancy in 42 countries. He's one of the world's top 5
executive protection specialists hired by government, military special forces, security
agencies & corporates for his security expertise. Claim his FREE 52 security tips & visit
him at => or e-mail him at drmarkdyates@aol.com
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uses Symfony, CakePHP, and Zend Framework to solve key problems, providing source
code examples and comparisons for each. It explains the approach and reviews the
similarities and differences in the three frameworks, providing reliable information on
which to base your decisions.
Symfony, CakePHP, and Zend Framework are considered the leading PHP
frameworks; developers need an unbiased comparison to choose which one works
best for their individual situations
This guide uses each framework to solve the same problems, illustrating the solutions
with source code examples and working applications
Covers wide range of topics, from installation and configuration to most advanced
features like AJAX, web services and automated testing.
Includes an appendix of new PHP frameworks, including CodeIgniter, Lithium, and
Agavi
Bestselling PHP author Elizabeth Naramore serves as technical editor
Comparison of PHP Web Frameworks
provides the impartial, side-by-side comparison that
developers have been looking for.
ch_client = "articlealley"; ch_width = 675; ch_height = 200; ch_sid = "Article Alley Articles
North MPU"; ch_cid = "north"; ch_type = "mpu"; ch_hq = 1; Before any business
executive or protective guard assigned to close protection bodyguarding duties commences
a security operation, it is wise to understand the secret history of protective service
operations. It is equally important to understand and identify the very premise of close
protection and bodyguarding. A protective guard or protective guards only exist because
there is an actual or perceived threat levied against a human or other valuable asset.
Generally human assets fear what they do not understand, in the case of hiring protective
guards to supply close protection service the business executive asset typically does not
understand professional security. Hence they or their senior directors are fearful enough to
engage protective guards to supply a close protection or bodyguarding protective service
operations. The security industry is booming, especially the sector dealing with executive
protection where a protective guard is assigned to a business executive on close protection.
This article provides an introduction to protective guard a secret history of close protection
bodyguarding. The information in this article has been taken from the training syllabus of
the Law Enforcement & Bodyguard Association International - L.E.B.A.I In this article I
cover the following content matter... 1.Introduction to the secret history of close
protectionbodyguarding 2.What are protective service operations 3.History of
bodyguarding and protective guards Protective Guard A Secret History Of Close Protection
Bodyguarding Introduction to Protective Service Operations 1. Introduction In the
beginners mind there are many possibilities, but in the experts mind there are few!
Executive VIP Protection is experiencing a major boom as we progress towards the end of
the first decade of the new Millennium. This sector of the security business is set to become
one of the largest growth areas connected to the International security industry. The
nineties saw the collapse of Communism in a major part of the world. The former Soviet
Union, which alone covers one sixth of the world's land mass, is witnessing a phenomenal
increase in the employment of protective guards and Executive Protection Officers, ( EPO's.
) There had never been a need for Executive Protection Officers prior to Perestroika, as
private business was rigorously opposed by the communist regimes. The introduction of
private business in this part of the world has dictated the need for professionally trained
Executive Protection Officers, especially as the various Mafia groups and organised crime
lords openly battle for control of these new businesses. As further political and business
stability comes to these regions we will see a massive need for professional Executive
Protection Officers. This boom is not limited to the former Eastern Bloc countries. The
West is also experiencing a huge increase in the employment of Executive Protection
Officers. Crime is steadily rising in most countries around the world, particularly crimes
linked to violence. Whilst we continue to see this increase we will also experience a
continued growth in the executive protection industry. Most governments now openly admit
that the private sector offers a much more reliable, cost efficient service than the traditional
public sector. It is anticipated that the European Parliament will officially recognise and
regulate Executive Protection Officers in the same vein as the government of the U.S.A. 2.
What Are Protective Service Operations? Protective service operations are basically a
security operation where an individual, or a team of Executive Protection Officers or
protective guards, supply a complete protection service to a client or clients like a business
executive who feel, or have actually been, threatened. These threats can be written, verbal
or physical. A client or clients who fear for their personal safety would initially contact a
security consultant who would recommend a professional protection team. The chief
operational officer of the team would then organise the complete protective service
operation. The service operation would be a unique package, tailor made to suit the
individual needs of the client. It would encompass such things as: - Client Interview. -
Threat Analysis. - Past Incident Research. - Present Day Risk Analysis. - Individual Client's
Protection Team Formation. - Operational Pre-Briefing. - Operational De-Briefing. A
professional protective service operation can be organised for any low, medium or high risk
scenario in any overseas location, providing the protection team have the relevant
International Government and Law Enforcement contacts. International Laws Concerning
Executive Protection Service Operations Vary From Country To Country 3. History of
bodyguarding Most people's perception of bodyguarding is that it is a relatively new
industry which only stretches back approximately 100 years; nothing could be further from
the truth. Visit www.asecurityonestopshop.com for a copy of The History of Bodyguarding
by the British American Security Expert. Professional bodyguarding can be traced back
thousands of years and is in fact one of the oldest professions known to man. In order to
understand the history it is essential to first understand the actual meaning of the word
bodyguard. The Oxford English Dictionary defines the meaning as 'A person, or group of
persons escorting and protecting another person, especially a dignitary'. With this in mind
a few of the best known individuals, and groups of people, who have utilised the services of
professional bodyguards in the last two thousand years are named below. Julius Caesar
(Circa) 100 B.C. At the height of his career as a General and Dictator of the Roman Empire
it was estimated that he utilised the services of approximately two thousand professional
bodyguards. Unfortunately for him many of them conspired in his death on the 15th March
44 BC (stabbed). ch_client = "articlealley"; ch_width = 675; ch_height = 200; ch_sid =
"Article Alley Articles North MPU"; ch_cid = "north"; ch_type = "mpu"; ch_hq = 1;
Spartacus 74-71 BC Spartacus was a bandit and slave who trained as a gladiator. He
formed an army of 90,000 slaves. His protection team consisted of fellow gladiators who had
also escaped from the Gladiatorial School in Capua, Italy. Attila The Hun 406-453 Became
King of the Huns in 434. For the next 20 years he was protected by members of his warring
nomad tribesmen as he conquered and plundered most of Europe. El Cid circa 1043-1099
Spanish soldier and national hero (real name Rodrigo Diaz De Vivar) surrounded himself
with protection from an army of brave and loyal men. GENGHIS KHAN 1162-1227
Originally named Temujin, he created the Mongol Empire the largest empire in history. He
achieved his success through brilliant leadership, strict discipline and unimaginable cruelty.
He utilised Mongolian tribesmen as his bodyguards. Oliver Cromwell 1599-1658 Lord
Protector of Great Britain from 1653 to 1658,he utilised members of his New Model Army
as bodyguards to deal with assassination attempts, especially from the Cavaliers, supporters
of King Charles I. Napoleon Bonaparte I 1769-1821 At the height of his career in November
1799 after the famous coup d'etat from which he became the new leader of France until his
defeat at the battle of Waterloo, Napoleon utilised the services of a full company of soldiers
as his personal bodyguards. He was a definite high risk client who was regularly targeted by
assassins. The first attempted explosive time bomb assassination attempt was against
Napoleon. Shaka circa 1787-1828 Shaka was the first great chief of the Zulu nation. He was
protected by the elite of his fighting forces. He lived a high risk existence, especially after he
put 7,000 of his own Zulu's to death as a sign of grief when his mother died. Abraham
Lincoln 1809-1865 Lincoln was assassinated whilst at the theater one evening by a fanatical
supporter of the Southern States. He had dismissed his protection team for the evening
(Shot). Queen Victoria 1837-1901 Queen Victoria utilised bodyguards and survived between
seven and twenty eight assassination attempts. Although furnished with many protection
officers, she preferred the company of one individual officer. Originally Irish Special
Branch was created to protect her from the Irish Fenian Brotherhood. Charles De Gaulle
1890-1970 President of France1958-1969, he survived many assassination attempts as he
steered his country through political turmoil. Lord Mountbatten He ignored his Special
Branch protection team's advice to take a boating holiday in a country other than Ireland.
He was assassinated by the IRA in 1979. Mrs Indira Gandhi 1917-1984 As Prime Minister
of India she regularly used bodyguards, usually officers of the Indian Intelligence Service.
She ignored their advice and also employed Sikh bodyguards, two of whom were the police
officers who assassinated her in 1984. *Some of the most professional bodyguards in history
were the ancient 'Samurai' warriors from Japan. Their protection services were provided to
feuding warlords and landowners. This protective guard a secret history of close protection
bodyguarding article has only covered the very early history of bodyguarding and close
protection. Further historical updates will follow in a future article. ------ Dr. Mark D. Yates
The British American Security Expert provides high risk close protection, counter
terrorism & SWAT training & consultancy in 42 countries. He's one of the world's top 5
executive protection specialists hired by government, military special forces, security
agencies & corporates for his security expertise. Claim his FREE 52 security tips & visit
him at => or e-mail him at drmarkdyates@aol.com
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