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The symfony Reference Guide: The new book about symfony

I expected the new symfony book to be available sooner, but some mistakes on my side delayed it for a while. The symfony Reference Guide book is now available. As always, you can read the online version right now for free, or buy the printed version. At only $19.90, it is also a great way to donate to the symfony project.

The "Pratical symfony" book is a great way for a beginner to learn symfony, understand how it works, and also see best web development practices in action. But when you begin working on your own projects, you need a reference guide. A book where you can easily find answers to your questions at your fingertips. The Symfony 1.2 Reference Guide book aims to provide such a guide. It acts as a complementary book to Practical symfony. This is a book you will keep with you whenever you develop with symfony. This book is the fastest way to find every available configuration thanks to a very detailed table of contents, an index of terms, cross-references inside the chapters, tables, and much more.

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Two words: thank you. Now I have something to do during my holidays :-)
I already started Italian translation, and asked help of Italian community to get it done as soon as possible
Just so great, it'll be very handy.

My symfony book collection is getting bigger and bigger.
Great! I hope you guys keep the books coming! Nothing replaces having a physical copy of these.
Just had a quick look, none of the inside links work, because they assume the chapter would simply be it's number, while (for no apparent reason) its en--. I can understand the chapter name, but "en" is redundant. All internal links need to be updated.

Thanks for the book. Does it contain the description of the symfony classes, like in a "in a nutshell" oreilly book ?
Thanks for this, found my first gem:

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I was always using 'display' just to get rid of one col, doh!
just curious

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