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In my previous blog post I've explained the basics of authentication, authorization and how this is dealt with in Symfony. Due to the size of the post, I've left out several important topics such as roles and voters; Both an equally important part of authentication and authorization. A common misconception is that roles should be used to check permissions. In fact, they should definitely not be used to check permissions!
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An example on how we added extra rules to the switch user functionality of the Symfony security component.
One of the more complex parts of Symfony is probably the Security and everything that comes with it. It's not only rather big, it's also quite flexible with lots of different concepts which often confuse developers. Often enough when developers implement a security system for their website, they call it Authentication or Authorization yet often don't exactly know what they are exactly supposed to call it. One quote I always refer to is "if you can't explain it simply you don't understand it [...]
From time to time I see people struggling with trying to port their existing site or web-app to Symfony. Their old framework architecture might not match that of Symfony, making porting their controllers not that easy. Other times, their data structure contained so much logic that it was impossible to simply replace with a new ORM. Thus porting the project can seem like a daunting task. So, what are your options of migrating to Symfony? Well you could try the 'big bang' approach and just power [...]
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