The evolution of web and development standards, coupled with the multiplication of technologies allowing the development of web applications, associated frameworks and tools, have generated the need to define a clear project architecture.
This book is intended for:
This book was written by Sebastien Armand, a french Symfony enthusiast who lives in Beijing, China.
I've worked over 1 month to make a technical review of this book. My role was to ensure that code examples fills with the book content. I've also ensured that code works and is optimized.
In this book, you will:
Monday is a CLI developer tool that allows developers working microservices to run both local applications and/or forward some others to (or from, using remote-forward) Kubernetes, SSH or again a simple TCP proxy connection.
It's also focussing on unifying software developers dev environment by allowing to share a configuration and setup of applications for every developers that work in the technical stack.
This is a really simple Golang micro-framework I wrote in order to learn the language and run this personal website under. It is really simple and easy-to-use to provide many things
This is a complete stack for running Symfony 4 (latest version: Flex) into Docker containers using docker-compose tool.
This Symfony2 bundle offers you the possibility to manipulate (read feeds and populate entities, generate feeds from your entities data, dump a feed file via a Symfony console command) RSS feeds in multiple formats (RSS, Atom, ...).
With more than 1 000 installations per month, this is the main Symfony bundle to deals with RSS feeds when using Symfony framework.
This bundle has a platinum medal on SensioLabs Insight.
The Sonata Project was founded by Thomas Rabaix, a symfony enthusiast. The goal of the Sonata Project is to provide an e-commerce framework solution based on the Symfony2 framework.
Think of it as a toolkit based on Symfony2 components to make building e-commerce sites easy and fun!
Bundles I contributed on:
This Symfony2 bundle offers you the availability to mix Wordpress and Symfony together to bring business things into your Wordpress blog.
You can add custom Symfony routes into your Wordpress blog application, catch Wordpress hooks to be dispatched into Symfony events, access Symfony services into Wordpress, manipulate Wordpress in Symfony, and more.