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Propel Fans Rejoice!

So recently I posted about how symfony has made the move to officially support Doctrine as the default ORM in future releases of my favorite PHP framework.  A lot of questions were raised, mainly because even though Propel is still going to be supported by symfony, it looked like Propel was dead in the water […]

Symfony Making the Move to Doctrine

Well, as posted yesterday on the symfony blog Doctrine will now be the defacto standard for symfony’s ORM. To be honest, I’m not surprised at all with this move – it makes sense seeing that the Doctrine team are on board at Sensio. Sensio Labs was looking for something that fit with their overall strategy […]

sfAgendaCalPlugin – An Agenda Calendar for Symfony

Just wanted to make a quick post about some recent work I’ve been doing with the end goal being my first plugin for symfony.  A customer recently requested an event calendar for their site, so I figured what better way to build one that with symfony?  Currently, the calendar has a month view.  I’m working […]

When Adding Plugins To Your Symfony Project……

Had the roughest time getting this one going – so therefore I’m posting just in case anyone else gets stuck. Today, I started adding user security to the training database I’ve been developing in Symfony 1.1.  One of the great things about a strong framework like Symfony is the ability to create/distribute plugins to increase […]

symfony 1.1 Projects

So at work I have been developing my symfony skills by rebuilding some of the database systems I’ve worked on in the past (first up:  update the Training Database….).  I know that with symfony 1.2, javascript will be uncoupled from the framework to allow for each developer to work with their favorite javascript framework (jQuery […]

Symfony PHP Framework

So I’ve spent the better part of a week and a half/two weeks working on getting up to speed on Symfony, the PHP framework I finally settled down to using.  If you haven’t heard about it, I strongly suggest you check it out.  It’s a very user-friendly framework, with the ability to build on the […]