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  1. Symfony in Drupal 8

    If you are a Drupaler, you must be aware that Drupal 8 is on the way. What you may not know is that it includes a few important Symfony components. Working with Drupal 8.x will give Drupalers an opportunity to become a part of a massive learning curve and is going to tempt them to know more about
  2. Learn symfony: a Beginner's Tutorial

    With the release of symfony 1.0, it's time for those who haven't tried it yet to see what's inside this beautiful framework. Stable, fully documented, and released under the open-source MIT license, symfony is used by hundreds of web sites, including some very large ones (Yahoo! Bookmarks, with its
  3. Command line PHP using Symfony Console

    . Nowadays building command line scripts is much easier than it used to be. If you search on Packagist you will find a lot of packages to work with the command line but the one that stands out and is the most commonly used is Symfony/Console. Symfony/Console is a stand alone package that was developed
  4. Integrating Polymer/Dart and Symfony - Part 1

    My first four articles for SitePoint are devoted to Symfony (my favorite PHP framework) and Dart (my favorite HTML 5 development tool). In this 2-part series, we are going to look at how to integrate these two powerful tools together, i.e. to run Dart (after compiling to JavaScript) in a Symfony
  5. A First Look at OroCRM and Extending with Bundles

    gain the favor of your correspondent. OroCRM Though the CRM field of the PHP world isn’t madly ripe, the recent flurry of developments from Oro had my interest piqued enough to make me take a look. OroCRM is a multi-language CRM built on PHP 5.4+ with the Symfony framework. It’s a behemoth
  6. 7 More Mistakes Commonly Made by PHP Developers

    a good URL rewriting guide that would cover every server and framework out there, almost every framework has a guide on how to set up clean URLs (Laravel, Phalcon, Symfony, Zend) and any that don’t just aren’t worth using - they obviously don’t care about modern practices. 4. Suppressing errors
  7. Functional Testing in Symfony2

    In my previous article, we demonstrated how to load sample data into our Symfony development environment. The test data may not be useful as it stands on its own. When coupled with Functional Testing, however, it becomes a life saver. Functional Testing Symfony’s official site has
  8. Data Fixtures in Symfony2

    Back when I first started to learn Symfony (1.x) with its Jobeet project, I thought the ability to load a bunch of test data into the database very useful. In this article, we will revisit this feature, which has been completely re-modeled and thus has a lot to teach us. Preparation
  9. Quick Tip: Install Zend Server 7 on an Ubuntu 14.04 Vagrant Box

    I recently took a look at Zend Server 7, the latest version of the powerful application monitor/manager suite. This quick tip will show you how to get it installed on a Vagrant box so you too can experiment with its features.

    Step 1: Install Prerequisites

    Make sure you have Virtualbox and Vagrant installed - the newer the better.

    Step 2: Clone and Boot

    Clone this repository. Adapted from Homestead Improved and originally Homestead, this setup will boot up a bare-bones Trusty (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64bit) VM. After the cloning is complete, boot it with vagrant up. The only real difference from a truly bare bones Trusty box is the fact that we’ve forwarded port 10081 which is what Zend Server uses by default.

    git clone https://github.com/Swader/trustead
    cd trustead
    vagrant up

    After the booting is done, enter the VM with vagrant ssh.

  10. Getting to Know Zend Server 7

    other applications you write. It’s more than a developer helper, though - you can install it on your production servers and have it take care of hosting, clustering, file distribution and more. It automatically installs Zend Framework (both version 1 and 2 for some reason) and Symfony 2