tag: Symfony

Symfony2 MVC - part 2: Controller

Symfony2 MVC - part 2: Controller

Hrvoje Knežević

In our first blog post in the Symfony2 MVC series we covered the concept of the Model part in Symfony2 MVC, using a simple example of a model implemented with Doctrine ORM. In this blog post, we will focus on the Controller part, where we will create a simple controller class implementing the basic create/update/delete operations on the model from the previous blog post. We will also cover the basics of mapping a specific controller action to a URL path using the Symfony2 routing mechanism.

Impressions from SymfonyCon Warsaw 2013

Impressions from SymfonyCon Warsaw 2013

Edi Modrić

Last week I attended the first official Symfony conference (dubbed SymfonyCon) organized by SensioLabs. The conference was held in the Westin Hotel in Warsaw, Poland with 600 people from all around the globe attending.

The eZ Publish Show #16 - Easy Symfony

The eZ Publish Show #16 - Easy Symfony

Ivo Lukač

As announced last week The eZ Publish Show continued today. We were broadcasting live from Google+ Hangout and recorded video of the episode #16 is now available on Youtube.

Guest were Kris Wallsmith from OpenSky and Lukas Kahwe Smith from Liip. The main idea was to introduce Symfony to eZ Community: Easy Symfony

eZ Publish Summer Camp - opportunity for eZ and Symfony community to meet

eZ Publish Summer Camp - opportunity for eZ and Symfony community to meet

Ivo Lukač

There are many reasons why we invest so much time and effort into organizing eZ Publish Summer Camp. I will not count them here. Rather, I'll talk about a very sensitive period for the eZ community which started a year ago and will last for several years more.

Symfony2 MVC - part 1: Model

Symfony2 MVC - part 1: Model

Hrvoje Knežević , Ivo Lukač

In our first blog post about Symfony2 we discussed really just some basic stuff. We want to go further with this series and the next logical step is to talk about the MVC: Model View Controller implementation. It is the main pattern in which web apps are made these days. And it is also the main reason why eZ 5 is using Symfony2.

Filling out PDF forms in PHP with UTF-8 encoding

Filling out PDF forms in PHP with UTF-8 encoding

Edi Modrić

You might think that working with PDF documents in your PHP application would be a breeze. And you would be right, as long as you are generating the documents from scratch. There are a couple of PHP libraries that are really solid and give you lots of features when creating PDF documents. One of them is TCPDF, a free library (a single class, to be exact) written in pure PHP. However, when it comes to filling out PDF forms, you're out of luck. Not only is there no PHP solution (or I'm not aware of one) for filling out PDF forms seamlessly, but solutions that do exist often do not work 100%.

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