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There is an easy way to generate a Symfony compliant password hash from the command line. Assuming you’re using the bcrypt algorithm (the preferred choice according to Symfony’s security best practices), the default cost (13) and you have PHP >= 5.5 installed, just run … Continue reading →
I’ve just released a new tiny open source bundle under the Les-Tilleuls.coop umbrella: CoopTilleulsOvhBundle. That bundle integrates the official PHP SDK provided by OVH and exposes it as a Symfony service. It also provides a convenient way to store API credentials … Continue reading →
In this episode we're all about SymfonyCon. So much so that we in fact recorded this episode at the SymfonyCon Hack day. As usual, we go over the news and community update, but the rest of the episode is focused on discussing the conference with our guests. We'd like to apologize for the delay in publishing this. Magnus got hit by the SymfonyCon Scurvy (i.e. the con flu), so editing the episode had to take a back seat. Because of this, we also won't be recording any new episode before the [...]
PHP Schema: generate a fully functional PHP / Doctrine / Symfony data model from Schema.org vocabulary in minutes
PHP Schema is a code generator that instantly generates a PHP data model from the Schema.org vocabulary : browse Schema.org, choose the types and properties you need, run our code generator and you’re done! You get a fully featured PHP data model … Continue reading →
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