Tag: symfony

  • observe_field in symfony and it’s options

    While looking for possible options for the observe_field() helper in symfony, I noticed there wasn’t a lot of documentation around to describe what the possible options are to pass to it. After a bit of searching, I found what I wanted and thought I’d share it in case someone else would need a similar thing: […]

  • PHP Abstract podcast about Symfony

    ¬†PHPAbstract has a cool podcast up about the symfony framework. This is presented by Stefan Koopmanschap, web application developer at Ibuildings.nl. His podcast is a brief introduction to symfony, what programming principles it uses, why it can be an advantage for you to deploy your project with symfony and more. A brief and interesting introduction […]

  • Installing symfony in a subdirectory of your documentroot

    I recently needed to set up a Symfony install without a separate virtual host, so as a subdirectory of the (Apache) DocumentRoot directory (like: http://www.example.com/symfony/). As you may know, symfony appreciates it when it has a reserved virtual host for itself, but also provides ways to just install it in a separate directory. The following […]