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Let's take a look at Input Filters, which are what you should be configuring to validate your forms. Input filters are specifications for filtering and validating.
While this is a fundamental level course on Zend Framework 2, it requires than a fundamental level understanding of PHP.
We will do a short review of topics but in general participants are assumed to be proficient enough in the language to understand intermediate-level code examples and to perform coding exercises.
I have admittedly skipped factories time and again.
Quite often though you'll need to do some Entity-based validation, for example, make sure that another Tax with a same name doesn't exist in the database (or another user with the same email, etc.).
Here's where you and I probably reach the same conclusion: Damn that's a lot of boilerplate!