• THE CONTRIBUTION OF SYMFONY FRAMEWORK IN ENTERPRISE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

    Symfony PHP Framework: The Light and the Dark Side

    Symfony develops web applications using the world’s most popular scripting language, PHP. Flexible, fast and easy-to-use, Symfony’s PHP framework is based on Model View Controller (MVC) programming-architecture, which presents and applies data for enterprise purposes (business logic). PHP stimulates rapid application development (RAD), which saves time isolating business logic, while writing less repetitive code. Symfony...

  • THE CONTRIBUTION OF SYMFONY FRAMEWORK IN ENTERPRISE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

    The Contribution Of Symfony Framework In Enterprise Application Development

    Web development is a dynamic field that requires developers to invest a lot of time and effort towards better website designs in order to rank high in search engines. Developing a good website does not just stop at a good user interface, rather, developers should also keep in mind server-side operations and security concerns. PHP...

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    Apple Is The Blue Pill, Ubuntu Is The Red Pill!

    So. You think you've escaped. You think you've found the truth. You won't do what they tell you; you won't use Windows. Apple finally gave you the freedom you need to take full advantage of your tech systems. News-flash: You're still in the Matrix. But don't worry. We can get you out. I've got two...

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    3 reasons why internet explorer is like Hitler

    Having trouble? Is it that Internet Explorer has stopped working all of the sudden? Unfortunately, this is all too common of a problem. Some people say there's really only one use for Internet Explorer: to download another browser. While Microsoft may not be attempting genocide, they certainly have taken a few pages from Mein Kampf....

  • A week of symfony #387 (26 May -> 01 June 2014)

    By Javier Eguiluz This week, Symfony 2.5.0 version was released. This new version introduces new features and tweaks across all Symfony components and it's one of the most polished versions released so far. Symfony2 development highlights 2.3 changelog: d176ffc: [TwigBridge] set %count% only on transChoice 31da839: [HttpKernel] make rootPath part of regex greedy 172e752: [DomCrawler]...

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  • Symfony 2.5.0 released

    By Fabien Potencier Symfony 2.5.0 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #11014 [Validator] Remove property and method targets from the optional and required constraints (jakzal) bug #10983 [DomCrawler] Fixed charset detection in html5 meta charset tag (77web) Want to be notified whenever a new Symfony release is...

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  • 2.5.0-BETA2Symfony 2.5.0-RC1 released

    By Fabien Potencier Symfony 2.5.0-RC1 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes since beta2: bug #10979 Make rootPath part of regex greedy (artursvonda) bug #10995 [TwigBridge][Trans]set %count% only on transChoice from the current context. (aitboudad) bug #10989 [Debug] throw even in stacking mode to preserve code paths (nicolas-grekas) bug...

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  • Symfony 2.3.15 released

    By Fabien Potencier Symfony 2.3.15 has just been released (2.3.14 was released just before but 2.3.15 reverts one problematic change introduced in #10908). Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #10849 [WIP][Finder] Fix wrong implementation on sortable callback comparator (ProPheT777) bug #10929 [Process] Add validation on Process input (romainneutron) bug #10958 [DomCrawler]...

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  • A week of symfony #385 (12->18 May 2014)

    By Javier Eguiluz This week Symfony implemented session locking for PDO, and removed absolute paths from the generated service container. In addition, forms added step attribute to HTML5 time widgets to display seconds if needed and the handling of boolean attributes was fixed for ChoiceFormField. Symfony2 development highlights 2.3 changelog: 1a64fef: [Form] fixed TrimListenerTest as...

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