A week of symfony #25 (19->25 june 2006)
June 27, 2006 · Published by Fabien Potencier
- r1513: tagged 0.6.3 release
- r1502: symfony control panel
- r1499: sfValidatorManager::validate method supports array type parameters
- r1496: support for absolute URLs and reverse proxies
- r1489: added select_number_tag() form helper
Book and documentation
- r1485: Documented peer_method parameter in admin list configuration
- r1479: Updated admin refcard with list sort option
- Change database connection settings dynamically
- object_select_tag related classes
- Filtering with rows from another table
- Select a database dynamically
- Get a date from a culture dependent source
- Credit Card validator
Some symfony powered websites
- Speight's Winter: Sales promotion support site for Speight's beer. (Nerds Inc.)
- Shave for a Cure: Leukaemia & Blood Foundation's signature fundraising event to support people diagnosed with leukaemia throughout NZ. (Nerds Inc.)
- Eventfinder: Find events in New Zealand on Eventfinder - NZ's premier events calendar. (Nerds Inc.)
- Galtedu.com: Another implementation of askeet.
- William Anderson: A photographer's website. The story of the application rewriting can be read at RuzzOnSymfony.
- FindA Mobile: FindA business directory mobile site - for mobile handsets only. (Nerds Inc.)
- Resene Paints Mobile/PDA Site: Resene Paints, Colour and advice on your mobile phone or PDA. (Nerds Inc.)
They talked about us
- The symfony Challenge: Part 4 > and the total time saved is?
- Installer le framework PHP Symfony sur Ubuntu Dapper Drake
- Validador de targetes de crÃ¨dit pel symfony
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- building the first project
- initiate a first application
- configure propel for a database
i'll write more guides like this in the near future, for the first time they will only contain easy things like first steps and so on, in the far future i'll write guides for more complex things, based on a project i'm working on right now.
attention: neither is this guide an extact copy of the "my first project"-tutorial, nor is it just a translation. its based on my own experiences, so its some kind of different.
have fun reading it:
ps: i hate my english.