Posts marked with “symfony”

Symfony 4, Legacy Code, the Future of PHP, and Karl Hughes

by · August 26, 2019

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Eric, John, and Oscar discuss Symfony 4, legacy code, and interview Karl Hughes about what it takes to run a user group.

 

Renovating Applications with Symfony

by · August 2, 2019

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The Symfony project has had a profound influence on the PHP ecosystem since its first release in 2005. Projects including Drupal, Laravel, and countless custom web applications, use Symfony components. This month, we look at the new features of Symfony 4 and how to modernize legacy code.

 

Symfony 4: A New Way to Develop Applications

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PHP has changed a lot in the last few years. It is a faster and better language. With the improvement of the language, almost all the major frameworks also improved, including Symfony. In this article, I write about the changes and improvements included in Symfony 4. Symfony 4 introduces a much better developer experience with a new way of building web applications. It can be a good fit for small micro-apps or services, but it can also be a good fit for huge monolithic applications.

 

State in the Stateless World

by · July 2, 2018

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While finite state machines and Petri nets sound too abstract or even out of place for web development, rest assured, they can be quite useful in your applications. If you have news articles that go from draft to review and then to published or webshop orders which are created, updated, and dispatched only to get […]

 

Drupal for Symfony Developers

by · February 1, 2018

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As a digital agency we need to have a good CMS solution for our clients. Even in situations where we are developing more custom apps than content web applications, we still need a good, modular CMS solution. In this article, I will show you what we learned and how you can build things using Symfony inside Drupal.

 

Generating an Autoloader for a Legacy PHP Codebase

by · September 6, 2017

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If you’ve inherited a legacy code base, you may find it does not use an autoloader and has an idiosyncratic directory and file hierarchy for its Classes, Interfaces or Traits. Worse yet, it might not use name spaces consistently or at all. So you can’t use a PSR-4—or even PSR-0—autoloader with your code. Well, why […]

 

November 2014 php[architect] magazine launched

by · November 24, 2014

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It’s that time of month again and the latest edition of our PHP technical journal is out!  This one comes in at a whopping 72 pages crammed full of information about PHP environments. Zend Engine, running PHP on Firefox OS, creating PHP within of JavaScript, Symfony, Laravel and much more! Check out the full magazine […]

 

php[world] Conference: Five Amazing Keynotes…

by · August 20, 2014

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We are excited to announce today the amazing keynote speakers that we have lined up for our php[world] conference this November. We’ve worked hard to find the best speakers and talks that cover the breadth of the PHP experience. We want php[world] to be a conference that pulls together all the different fragmented communities of […]

 

July 2014 php[architect] Magazine Released – Navigating the Business

by · July 21, 2014

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The July issue is ready to download! In this issue, we focus on ways you can navigate the business side of working with PHP. Jordan Tway gives advice on how to sell yourself via a polished resume and interview skills. Benjamin Greenaway looks at the place of PHP in startups. In Education Station, Matthew Setter explores […]

 

ORM Designer

by · May 12, 2010

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ORM Designer is a tool for graphical creation and editing of Doctrine and Propel models and metadata.