Category: Symfony

Storing Sessions in MongoDB with Symfony2

In Symfony 2.1 is now possible to store session data in MongoDB with the MongoDbSessionHandler which is included in the HttpFoundation component. By default Symfony stores session data using the default handler, which uses the server filesystem. Storing session data in files has many drawbacks and in many cases it just does not even work, with […]

November 05 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category MongoDB, PHP, Symfony
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Announcing the ServerGrove KnowledgeBase based on the Symfony CMF

We have been working for a few months now building a knowledge base application to replace our previous KB site. We soft-launched the new Help SIte a couple of weeks ago. The KnowledgeBase application is built using the Symfony2 CMF project. We decided to release the entire KB app as an open source project, you can […]

October 29 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category Bundles, PHP, Symfony
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Interesting Symfony Bundles: StatsDClientBundle

Welcome to our renewed series “Interesting Symfony Bundles“. In the past we had a series of posts in our blog about symfony 1.x plugins that we found useful and interesting. Symfony 2 has been around for quite some time. Instead of plugins, Symfony2 is extended using bundles, There are well over 1600 public bundles at […]

October 09 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category Bundles, PHP, Symfony
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Complete Symfony Live San Francisco 2012 Wrap Up

Less than two weeks after attending the first Symfony Live event in London, UK, we flew to San Francisco for the second Symfony event in San Francisco, CA. Going to San Fran is always exciting, and if you add 3 days full of Symfony talks on top of it, and networking with the best developers […]

October 08 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category Conferences, PHP, Symfony
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Symfony Live London Wrapup

For the first time ever a Symfony Live conference was held in London. Needless to say, the Brits know how to put on a show. Even the food was good, proving that the common stereotypes about the British aren’t always true. It was a fun filled two-day event, offering training workshops the first day, and […]

September 20 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category Conferences, PHP, Symfony
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