Yahoo! Maps and GeoRSS with Symfony

We love to see new ideas and tutorials from symfony users over the web. Not that we don't like it here, in the symfony website, but publications in the outside world are a good proof of the usefulness of symfony.

Take this Easy Yahoo! Maps and GeoRSS with Symfony post for instance. Although the author uses a capital S for symfony (which is almost a crime), the tutorial is great and opens tons of possibilities.

By the way, if you ever need components for your application, and if symfony doesn't provide it for now, don't drop the framework! It offers tremendous interfaces to third-party components, and we recently released a bridge for the Zend Framework components and the eZcomponents... components. We'll soon publish the doc about how to use it, so keep reading.

One last word before the week-end: There is fun in symfony. If you don't believe me, check here and there.

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I took care of the capitalization issues, Francois ;)
hmmm, looks like François used a S for symfony in his title ;-)
i've got some tutorials and maybe some screen casts coming up as soon as I get done the two projects I'm currently building with symfony--which should be pretty quick because symfony rocks so much ;)
yeah, nice to hear some tutorials here and there, and nice to hear that there's a lot that we can do with symfony..i am currently writting some posting on symfony in Bahasa Malaysia rojak-> (if ur malaysian, u will know what this means :) so if anybody interested, check out my multiply site at http://renxokuken.multiply.com/ oh yah, btw, thanx alot
yeah, nice to hear some tutorials here and there, and nice to hear that there's a lot that we can do with symfony..i am currently writting some posting on symfony in Bahasa Malaysia rojak-> (if ur malaysian, u will know what this means :) so if anybody interested, check out my multiply site at http://renxokuken.multiply.com/ oh yah, btw, thanx alot

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