Routing (current) Beautiful URLs are an absolute must for any serious web application. This means leaving behind ugly URLs like index.php?article_id=57 in favor of something like /read/intro-to-symfony. Having flexibility is even more important. What if you need to change the URL of a page from /blog to /news? DDD with Symfony2: Folder Structure And Code First 2013-08-11 - Move JMSSerializerBundle configuration files into the ApiBundle bundle. Domain Driven Design also known as DDD is an approach to develop software for complex needs by connecting the implementation to an evolving model. It is a way of thinking and a set of priorities, aimed at accelerating software projects that have to deal with complicated domains. It is possible to use this approach in a Symfony2 project, and that is what I am going to introduce in a series of blog posts.
SecurityBundle Configuration ("security") (The Symfony Reference) The security system is one of the most powerful parts of Symfony, and can largely be controlled via its configuration. Full default Configuration The following is the full default configuration for the security system. Each part will be explained in the next section. 2.5Support for restricting security firewalls to specific http methods was introduced in Symfony 2.5.
Base · Twitter Bootstrap for Symfony2 Headings All HTML headings, <h1>through <h6>are available. h2. Heading 2 h3. Heading 3 How to generate Entities from an Existing Database (current When starting work on a brand new project that uses a database, two different situations comes naturally. In most cases, the database model is designed and built from scratch. Sometimes, however, you'll start with an existing and probably unchangeable database model. Fortunately, Doctrine comes with a bunch of tools to help generate model classes from your existing database.
Git Cheatsheet stash workspace index Databases and Doctrine One of the most common and challenging tasks for any application involves persisting and reading information to and from a database. Although the Symfony full-stack framework doesn't integrate any ORM by default, the Symfony Standard Edition, which is the most widely used distribution, comes integrated with Doctrine, a library whose sole goal is to give you powerful tools to make this easy. In this chapter, you'll learn the basic philosophy behind Doctrine and see how easy working with a database can be. A Simple Example: A Product The easiest way to understand how Doctrine works is to see it in action. In this section, you'll configure your database, create a Product object, persist it to the database and fetch it back out.
jQuery Cheat Sheet Selectors Basics Hierarchy Symfony2 authentication provider: authenticate against webservice <?php namespace Acme\DemoBundle\Security\Core\Authentication\Provider; use Symfony\Component\Security\Core\Encoder\EncoderFactoryInterface; How to handle File Uploads with Doctrine — Symfony2 v2.0.0 documentation Handling file uploads with Doctrine entities is no different than handling any other file upload. In other words, you’re free to move the file in your controller after handling a form submission. For examples of how to do this, see the file type reference page.
DateTimePicker field type with Symfony and jQuery Lire la version française In this third post, we’ll explain how to create a great custom field type that uses jQuery DatePicker to handle date input, and then, how to extend it to create a datetime field type. And the best? The datepicker is localized according to the user’s locale. Admin's documentation - Cookbook - Recipe File Uploads (master) This is a full working example of a file upload management method using SonataAdmin with the DoctrineORM persistence layer. 1.2. The recipe First we will cover the basics of what your Entity needs to contain to enable document management with Doctrine.
Blog de l'équipe Ylly : actualités symfony 2 This Article is going to explain quickly how to manage an upload file in an Entity in Symfony2 I do not give you the best practice but a simple practice to do it 1)First of All create your entity : 2) build your form: So we will then create a simple form type for this Article entity in order to fit into the other forms: ArticleType.php 3)Create the controller: The controller below shows you how to manage the whole process: ArticleController.php: 4) layout for the upload form: new.html.twig 5) Display layout: show.html.twig
Extending Twig - Documentation - Twig - The flexible, fast, and secure PHP template engine Caution This section describes how to extend Twig as of Twig 1.12. If you are using an older version, read the legacy chapter instead. Twig can be extended in many ways; you can add extra tags, filters, tests, operators, global variables, and functions. You can even extend the parser itself with node visitors.