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    symfony 1.1 goodness (Dutch PHP Conference 2008) symfony 1.1 goodness (Dutch PHP Conference 2008) Presentation Transcript

    • symfony symfony 1.1 goodness Fabien Potencier
    • Who am I? •  Founder of Sensio –  Web Agency –  Since 1998 –  45 people –  Open-Source Specialists –  Big corporate customers •  Creator and lead developer of symfony
    • symfony •  PHP Web framework •  Based on –  10 years of Sensio experience –  Existing Open-Source projects •  MIT license •  Documentation is Open-Source •  Great community
    • Maintainability Standardization Faster & Better
    • « entreprise » version
    • Version 1.0 released early 2007 – Maintained for 3 years (early 2010) – ~1 release a month (1.0.16 now) • Bug and security fixes, compatibility with new PHP versions fixes • No new features (even small ones) • Upgrading is simple and safe
    • Version 1.1 to be released this month – Maintained for 1 year – Same release cycle as 1.0 Roadmap – Version 1.2 Q4 2008 – Version 1.3 Q1 2009
    • symfony is a set of cohesive but decoupled classes
    • symfony platform
    • http://localhost/index.php?name=Fabien! Hello Fabien http://localhost/index.php! Hello World
    • http://localhost/index.php?name=Fabien! http://localhost/index.php/hello /Fabien! http://localhost/hello/Fabien! Hello Fabien
    • sfEventDispatcher // sfPatternRouting! $callback = array($this, ’filterParameters‘);! $dispatcher->connect(’request.filter_parameters‘, $callback);! // sfWebRequest! $event = new sfEvent($this, ‘request.filter_parameters’);! $dispatcher->filter($event, $parameters);! •  sfPatternRouting and sfWebRequest are decoupled •  « Anybody » can listen to any event •  You can notify existing events or create new ones
    • Some events application.log application.throw_exception context.load_factories request.filter_parameters user.change_culture controller.page_not_found response.filter_content view.cache.filter_content *.method_not_found
    • symfony platform
    • the symfony MVC framework is based on the symfony platform
    • symfony 1.1 new features and enhancements
    • CLI •  Rewritten from scratch –  OOP –  Arguments and options management –  Extensible –  Built-it help
    • Tests •  Better m2m support in fixtures •  File upload support •  CSS3 selectors •  New shortcuts (isUserCulture, isRequestFormat)
    • m2m fixtures
    • m2m fixtures
    • m2m fixtures
    • File upload support
    • CSS3 selectors
    • Forms •  OOP •  Flexible and customizable •  MVC based (Validator, Widget, Form) •  Easy to embed forms •  Secure •  Fully integrated with Propel and Doctrine •  Useable without symfony
    • Propel Form The model is introspected to generate form classes
    • Native multi-format support •  A request has a format (HTML by default) css, js, xml, atom, json, … •  Same controller and model •  Different templates (layouts/partials/components) •  Easy to implement a new format (iPhone) http://www.symfony-project.org/cookbook/1_1/en/iphone!
    • xml text/xml, application/xml, application/x-xml json application/json, application/x-json css text/css js application/javascript, application/x-javascript
    • Questions?
    • Sensio S.A. 26, rue Salomon de Rothschild 92 286 Suresnes Cedex FRANCE Tél. : +33 1 40 99 80 80 Contact Fabien Potencier fabien.potencier@sensio.com http://www.sensiolabs.com/ http://www.symfony-project.org/