Just two days after the first alpha release of symfony 1.3, I'm proud to announce that both the Practical symfony book (aka the Jobeet tutorial) and the symfony reference guide have been updated to take into account the new features of this version of symfony.
Last friday, september 4th, the German city of Cologne was the host of a new symfony event: symfony Day. This new one-day event was organized by German web agency Interlutions. Before the event already, the excitement was building because of the interesting line up, and it looks like this excitement was very much justified.
In the previous post we went through the features provided by FireSymfony. In this post we are going to see how to install the Firefox Add On and the symfony plugin.
In this series of articles I would like to present you FireSymfony, a Firefox add-on for debugging symfony applications inside the popular Firebug.
As many companies from around the world asked me how they can sponsor the event, we have worked on a sponsor guide, which is now available for download.