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Event sourcing with Broadway At the Dutch PHP Conference I attended a workshop by Beau Simensen and Willem-Jan Zijderveld. They showed us some examples of how to work with Broadway, a framework for event sourcing, with full Symfony integration, created by the smart people at Qandidate. During my two weeks of funemployment, before starting my new job at Ibuildings, I decided to recreate one of my previous projects using Broadway. As it turns out, it's a great framework that's quite easy to use [...]
[DX] Guard: Symfony Authentication with a Smile Tip tl;dr Guard is a new library that makes Symfony authentication a joy. And we’ve written a big tutorial all about it: KnpUGuard Tutorial. Symfony’s authorization system - the stuff related to voters and roles - is awesome. It’s simple, it kicks butt, and it’s one of my favorite things, just behind fresh-baked cookies. But then there’s that other part: authentication. This is how you login: maybe with a form or via OAuth, like [...]
Bundles, not extensible A (Symfony) bundle usually contains just some service definition files as well as some configuration options which allow the user of that bundle to configure its behavior (e.g. provide server credentials, etc.). Bundle maintainers usually end up combining lots of these options in one bundle, because they all belong to the same general concept. For example, the NelmioSecurityBundle contains several features which are all related to security, but are code-wise completely [...]
Three years ago, I published a series of articles about how to create a framework on top of the Symfony components. An updated version is now available.
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