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Creating the simplest WordPress plugin ever

When most people think of WordPress they think of it as a blogging software, but it can do a lot more than that. It’s very powerful and flexible and thanks to its plugin system which allows you to extend pretty much anything you can think of. Creating a WordPress plugin is very easy. WordPress looks […]

September 27 / 2013
Author Pablo
Category PHP, Wordpress
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Interesting symfony plugins: sfBehatPlugin

Quality assurance (QA) is one of the most difficult things to implement around software development. Most of time it is left for the final phase of development and very often overlooked entirely. As many experienced web development teams already know, QA needs to be part of the development process from the get-go. Fortunately in the […]

September 20 / 2010
Author Pablo
Category PHP, Symfony
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Interesting symfony plugins: sfSyncContentPlugin

With the amount of plugins published in the symfony site, many great plugins get lost in the maze. With this series of posts, we would like to bring some attention to plugins we use every day or that we think are essential for any symfony developer. sfSyncContentPlugin Deploying symfony applications is always a key part […]

April 26 / 2010
Author Pablo
Category PHP, Symfony
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Interesting symfony plugins: sfPropelMigrationsLightPlugin

You probably have read about all the buzz surrounding Doctrine these days. Its support for migrations (the ability to upgrade/downgrade the database schema) is pretty awesome. However, migrating to Doctrine from Propel 1.4 can be challenging on a large scale project. Don’t fret, it turns out that there is a cool little plugin that provides […]

April 06 / 2010
Author Pablo
Category PHP, Symfony
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Enhance your date input fields in symfony forms

Symfony’s forms are very powerful and big time-savers. Also, thanks for the integration with an ORM like Doctrine or Propel, managing dates is quite easy. But by default, symfony displays date fields as regular select lists where you pick the date (month, day, year, hour, minute) It is actually quite easy to enhance this functionality […]

February 04 / 2010
Author Pablo
Category PHP, Symfony
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