The symfony 1.1 architecture
– June 23, 2008
Before we release symfony 1.1 later this week, I want to give some information about the new symfony 1.1 architecture.
How to work with plugins in symfony 1.1
– June 20, 2008
For symfony 1.1, the complete plugin system has been rewritten from scratch. This has been done to allow some serious improvements in the way plugins work, and to make it even simpler to work with plugins in your symfony project.
YAML in symfony 1.1
– June 19, 2008
Here is a short tutorial about my discovery of the new YAML parsing library that comes with symfony 1.1.
Getting started with Doctrine and symfony 1.1
– June 16, 2008
So, you want to give Doctrine a try with symfony 1.1 eh?
Batches are dead, long life to tasks!
– June 14, 2008
As any web application, your project has repetitive maintenance tasks, database operations, or other console scripts running on a regular basis. Symfony 1.1 extends symfony 1.0 pake tasks to create a powerful and uniform command line utility for your projects, fully integrated with the symfony Command Line Interface (CLI).
Internationalize your Propel Forms
– June 12, 2008
It has never been so easy to internationalize your Propel forms. In this post, you will learn how to leverage the new form framework bundled with symfony 1.1 to develop an interface to edit articles in several languages.
How to send emails in symfony 1.1
– June 10, 2008
Sending mails is a web developer's everyday task, and many questions came about the way to do it in symfony 1.1. This article, along with a new cookbook entry dedicated to the subject, goes through the process of sending an email using the great Swift Mailer library.
How to create an optimized version of your website for the iPhone in symfony 1.1
– June 09, 2008
symfony 1.1 introduces native support for different formats and mime-types. This means that the same model and controller can have different templates based on the requested format.
How to customize the directory structure in symfony 1.1
– June 09, 2008
Sometimes you need to be able to customize the directory structure provided by symfony. In this post, we will see how to leverage the new configuration system of symfony 1.1 to change the web root, cache, and log directories.
How do I use Propel 1.3 in symfony 1.1?
– May 30, 2008
Starting with symfony 1.1, it is now possible to easily use Propel 1.3 in your project to take advantage of its speed improvements, nested set implementation, object instance pooling, among others. Most importantly, Propel 1.3 uses PDO instead of Creole as the DBAL, offering a significant performance boost.
CLI reference added
– March 29, 2006
If you don't know the symfony CLI tasks by heart yet, this may prove useful.
New tutorial : Sortable lists
– March 24, 2006
Regular or AJAX, sortable lists are easy to implement if you extend the model properly.
– March 15, 2006
How could you live without it before ?
Admin generator documentation added
– February 27, 2006
If you always wanted to know how to use the admin generator introduced in symfony 0.6, the new generator chapter of the documentation is made for you.
How-to: Tags, tag cloud, autocomplete
– December 14, 2005
The days 13 and 14 of the advent calendar tutorials show how to implement tags in practice, and in minutes.