Tag: apache

Setting up subdomain virtual hosts for multiple applications in a symfony project

It is very common to have multiple applications in one symfony project, like frontend, backend, api, etc. The common way to access the application is by specifying the application front controller, like http://example.com/frontend.php http://example.com/backend.php http://example.com/api.php Most of the time, it is nicer and better to use subdomains, like: http://www.example.com/ http://backend.example.com/ http://api.example.com/ There are some hacks […]

February 08 / 2010
Author Pablo
Category Symfony
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Introducing the symfony web development environment installer

When Symfony 1.3 & 1.4 were released, little attention was given to a new feature that had tremendous potential: the installer. By adding –installer=installFile.php is possible to execute custom PHP code when creating a new symfony project. So when I came across this I had an idea that could save us all some time. Every […]

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