Tag: symfony 1.2

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 […]

December 17 / 2009

Using CKEditor in symfony 1.2 admin generator

The symfony admin generator is a BIG time saver. It’s almost like magic, it generates an administration interface based on your database models. If you spend countless hours creating lists and forms to manage data in tables, you are crazy not to use it. When you have HTML content in a table, the ideal is […]

October 07 / 2009
Author Pablo
Category Symfony, Tutorials
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Symfony 1.2.8 released and available at ServerGrove

The Symfony core team released Symfony 1.2.8, with several bug fixes and a reverted security fix, so make sure you read the announcement and the changelog. All our servers now include Symfony 1.2.8 so make sure you issue a clear-cache from ServerGrove Maestro so your site starts using the new release.

July 13 / 2009
Author Pablo
Category PHP, Symfony
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Symfony 1.2.7 released and available at ServerGrove

The Symfony core team released Symfony 1.2.7, which features some important performance enhancements, among other fixes. All our servers now include Symfony 1.2.7 so make sure you issue a clear-cache from ServerGrove Maestro so your site starts using the new release.

May 04 / 2009
Author Pablo
Category PHP, Symfony
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Symfony 1.2.6 released and available at ServerGrove

The Symfony core team released a security update to Symfony 1.2. It fixes a security issue in the admin generator. All our servers now include Symfony 1.2.6 so make sure you issue a clear-cache from ServerGrove Maestro so your site starts using the new release.

April 28 / 2009
Author Pablo
Category PHP, Symfony
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