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Published on 2021-06-30 • Modified on 2021-06-30
In this post, we will see how to implement a user workflow with Symfony and EasyAdmin3. We will use the Symfony workflow component to handle the users' state and we will use EasyAdmin3 to modify this state with custom actions.
Published on 2021-04-04 • Modified on 2021-04-04
In this post, we will see how to create an end-to-end test scenario using Symfony, Panther and Vue.js with a concrete example.
Published on 2020-12-31 • Modified on 2020-12-31
In this post, we will see how to secure an API with JWT and API-Platform. We will generate JWT security tokens thanks to the lexik/jwt-authentication-bundle, and we will take advantage of the new property security parameter introduced in API Platform 2.6.
Published on 2020-12-03 • Modified on 2021-09-03
In this post, we will see how API Platform can help us to document and migrate manual endpoints in a Symfony application. We will see concrete examples related to this blog application.
Published on 2020-10-15 • Modified on 2020-10-15
In this post, we will see how to use an expression for disabling the security of a Symfony administration in the dev environment. We won't use an IP based test like the documentation explains, but we will use the application's environment instead.
Published on 2020-07-23 • Modified on 2020-07-23
In this post, we will see how to add a custom data collector in the Symfony debug bar. The debug bar, also called profiler, is one of the most useful components as it is of great help when developing. We will see a concrete case to help us improving the SEO of a website by displaying meta-information about the current page.
Published on 2020-06-21 • Modified on 2020-10-18
In this post, we will see how to do step by step debugging with Xdebug, Symfony and PHPStorm. We will do a basic example where we will stop the execution of the Symfony code just before rendering a template to check the data passed to it.
Published on 2020-05-15 • Modified on 2020-12-05
In this post, I will introduce you to Cw which is an acronym for "Cache Watcher". Cw is a small Go (Golang) program that watches your Symfony files and warms your cache when needed, so you don't have to wait when refreshing your browser.
Published on 2020-03-28 • Modified on 2020-03-28
In this post, we will see how to set up a CI/CD workflow for a Symfony project thanks to the GitHub actions. It will cover from configuring PHP on the runner host to launching the unit and functional tests of the Symfony application.
Published on 2020-02-19 • Modified on 2020-03-14
In this post, we will see how to use Doctrine repositories as services without adding additional configuration to the services.yaml file.