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Blog | Symfony2 Online Conference | symfony | Web PHP Framework

Yesterday and the day before, Sensio Labs organized the first Symfony2 online conference. It was a great success with more than 350 attendees (from over 35 different countries), and a dozen hubs around the world. Thankfully, the platform worked fine.


Struts 2.1, toujours plus de "Convention"

Ce type d’évolution est révélatrice de la direction que prennent les frameworks Java à l’heure actuelle. Ils cherchent à simplifier le travail des développeurs et essayent de combler le retard qu’ils ont à ce niveau par rapport à leurs équivalents d’autres langages (Symfony, Ruby on Rails,...). Il est assez amusant d’ailleurs de remarquer que pendant que les frameworks java se simplifient, leurs "concurrents" comme symfony deviennent plus complexes. Ces derniers reposent sur une utilisation de plus en plus poussée du modèle objet pour des fonctionnalités auparavant réalisées de manière procédurale (ex : sfForms). Si cela apporte des bénéfices en terme de robustesse et maintenabilité, la courbe d’apprentissage en prend un sérieux coup... Si ces mouvements continuent, il viendra peut-être un jour où les développeurs Java se moqueront de PHP pour sa complexité... Espérons que d’ici là, chacun arrivera à un juste milieu !


symfony | Web PHP Framework | Blog | symfony 1.2 is already available

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Today is the day a great portion of the community has been waiting for, even without knowing that it will be today. As our early Christmas present, we finalized the 1.2 release of symfony after some weeks of hard work. We will be revealing more presents soon, stay tuned :-)

symfony | Web PHP Framework | Blog | symfony Camp 2008 - Day 1

After lunch, Dustin Whittle talked about the "Lessons learned at Yahoo" and Fabian Lange gave some tips on "symfony performance". That was enough for symfony. So, Jonathan Wage came on stage to talk about Doctrine.

symfony | Web PHP Framework | Blog | New in symfony 1.2: Customize the Web Debug Toolbar

The symfony web debug toolbar is one of the developer best friend. It is always conveniently accessible in the browser when using the development environment. It gives you everything you need to know about the current page and ease the debugging of your applications. Until now, all the information available in this toolbar were hardcoded. But as of symfony 1.2, the web debug toolbar is entirely configurable.

Liens inter-applications avec Symfony 1.1

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Un important travail réalisé pour la sortie de Symfony 1.1 a été le retrait du pattern singleton du framework. On peut maintenant instancier plusieurs objet sfContext par exemple. Cela permet notamment de faire des liens inter-application a peu près proprement. Voici l’avancée de mon travail sur la question :

symfony | Web PHP Framework | Blog | The wait is over: symfony 1.1 released

As you may know, we have been working for a very long time on the next stable version of symfony. Now the day has come to celebrate the immediate availability of the long awaited 1.1 stable release of the symfony framework!

symfony Web PHP Framework » Blog | The symfony 1.1 architecture

Before we release symfony 1.1 later this week, I want to give some information about the new symfony 1.1 architecture. Apart from the new exiting features we have in symfony 1.1, this version also represents a year of hard work to refactor the internals. Let's dig into symfony internals a bit!

symfony Web PHP Framework » Blog |How to create an optimized version of your website for the iPhone in symfony 1.1

symfony 1.1 introduces native support for different formats and mime-types. This means that the same model and controller can have different templates based on the requested format. The default format is still HTML but symfony supports several other formats out of the box as defined in the factories.yml file

symfony Web PHP Framework » Blog »How do I use Propel 1.3 in symfony 1.1?

Starting with symfony 1.1, it is now possible to easily use Propel 1.3 in your project to take advantage of its speed improvements, nested set implementation, object instance pooling, among others. Most importantly, Propel 1.3 uses PDO instead of Creole as the DBAL, offering a significant performance boost. Un vrai argument en faveur de l'utilisation de Symfony 1.1