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twilioKit - Twilio Starter Kit for Zend Framework ================================================== Original code - copyright (c)2010 Michael Kimsal All other code copyright by the respective projects twilioKit provides a basic skeleton for bringing together a Twilio library, Doctrine, phpunit and Zend Framework in one 'ready to go' set up with example code for Twilio services. Doctrine 1.2 and ZF 1.10.5 are provided in the /library folder, Twilio REST Client adapted from twilio.com helper library. Getting started =============== ZF libraries are provided in a tgz format. You'll need to untar/unzip them before starting. cd /path/to/zfkit/library tar -xzf Zend.tgz -or- If you want to provide your own ZF library, symlink or copy the Zend library from ZF to live in the zfkit/library folder. ln -s /path/to/zfkit/library/Zend /path/to/real/zendframework/library/Zend or cp -r /path/to/real/zendframework/library/Zend /path/to/zfkit/library/ ------- You may wish to make your /public/ folder the document root of a virtual host for nicer URLs. Something like this would be appropriate <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "/path/to/git/checkout/of/zfkit/public" ServerName <your_host_name_here> Options Indexes MultiViews FollowSymLinks <Directory "/path/to/git/checkout/of/zfkit"> Options Indexes MultiViews FollowSymLinks AllowOverride All Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory> </VirtualHost> ------- DB setup Go in to the scripts directory and run the ./run script This will automatically drop/create the database, create a schema and insert sample data, based on the Doctrine data in /application/data (specifically, the schema.yml and fixtures/data.yml files) ------- Config setup For Twilio to work, you'll need to put in your account SID and auth Token from your Twilio account dashboard in to the application/configs/application.ini file. ------- Visit your hostname http://<your_host_name_here>/ License ======= twilioKit is released under a BSD license and is based on ZFKit.