ZfcAdmin is a minimal admin interface for generic administrative purposes. It is a common screen with navigation that hides behind authentication and authorization.
ZfcAdmin is enabled to be installed via composer. Load
zf-commons/zfc-admin in your
composer.json file. You can specify its version (currently only 0.1.0 is recommended) or use
dev-master to load the latest version from master. Enable ZfcAdmin in your
application.config.php configuration file.
If you do not want to use composer, clone this project (either as a git submodule or not) into
ZfcAdmin allows you to create routes under a single parent "admin" route. You can also use it to enable navigation in your admin layout. Furthermore integration of BjyAuthorize and ZfcRbac is provided.
The complete configuration is flexible, so you can update the zfcadmin parent route, its children, the navigation and all default provided view scripts. Read more in the documentation about usage and customization of ZfcAdmin.
ZfcAdmin is currently under development. The authors feel ZfcAdmin is stable enough for production versions and you can always fix your ZfcAdmin version to a specific tag. Feel free to report bugs in the issue tracker or come by on IRC at the Freenode channel