Drupal 8, Grounded in Symfony
Drupal is a powerful open-source and flexible content management system (that’s why we love working with it). But lets face it, it’s earlier versions have a few “wrinkles.”
While PHP has drastically evolved in the past few years, Drupal has lagged behind a bit, especially with adopting and promoting solid software engineering pattern, such as object oriented programming, model-view-controller (MVC), or REST.
Using PHPCR and Its Sidekick, Jackalope
In this post, we’ll dig a little deeper in how the PHP Content Repository works with its sidekick Jackalope. You’ll see that its applications extend beyond content management and that a design based on the PHPCR offers tremendous flexibility.
Symfony CMF vs WordPress CMS
WordPress is well-known the world over for its relative ease-of-use and plug-and-go capabilities. Businesses of all shapes and sizes use this content management system for all sorts of websites, from content sites to lead generation to e-commerce or even social networks.
Single Sign On Authentication Using a Symfony Framework
Single Sign-On can eliminate friction in the user experience and can be implemented via a Symfony framework for user authentication between websites.
Multiple Inserts with Prepared Statements in Symfony 1.4
Using Prepared Statements in Symfony1.4 instead of other methods such as doInsert or creating an object in a loop.
How Symfony1.4 Provides a Route to a Better URL
An explanation of how a Uniform Resource Locator (“URL”) is affected by the Symfony1.4 framework including a discussion of route patterns, request URL translation and URL creation via Symfony1.4.
What a $7 Million Investment Says About Symfony
An analysis of the $7 Million investment into SensioLabs by CM-CIC Capital Privé and what such means for the future of Symfony both abroad and in the United States.