This is a test project to use Zend Framework as a base for an invoicing application.
The easiest way to get a working copy of this project is to do a recursive clone:
git clone --recursive git://github.com/shadowfax/ZendInvoices.git
After the clone is complete, set up a virtual host to point to the public/ directory of the project and you should be ready to go!
If you're wondering what the
--recursive flag is, keep reading:
This project makes use of Git submodules. Utilizing Git submodules allows us to reference an exact commit in the upstream zendframework/zf2 repository and ensure that those who have cloned the project have that same commit checked out. This provides several benefits:
- Developers do not have to worry about which commit of the zf2 project to have checked out for this project to work.
- No additional steps to "install" Zend Framework are needed; it "just works" after a cloning the project.
There are a couple of mild caveats to be aware of:
- Be sure to always run
git submodule updateafter pulling, as merge/rebase does not automatically update the checked out commit in submodules if it has been changed.
- The initial clone will be a bit slower, due to it having to pull down a separate copy of ZF2 from what you already have.