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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Building a Web App With Symfony 2 Bootstrapping
October 16, 2013 @ 12:00:59

On the SitePoint PHP blog today Taylor Ren has started up a new series about building web applications with the Symfony 2 framework. In this first post he looks at one of the initial steps - bootstrapping (setting up) the framework and application.

In this series, I will capture a few key steps and some advanced techniques (image manipulation, pagination, dynamic contents, NativeQuery, etc) to help anyone who is considering using Symfony (note, to avoid future confusion, Symfony here refers to the Symfony 2, not the obsolete Symfony 1) as their PHP framework to develop a website.

This first part helps you get everything all set up - the latest version of the framework, Composer and checking for the default page to make sure everything's configured correctly. From there he starts to get into the "guts" of the application, introducing the MVC elements (entities), routing concepts and database configuration/integration.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/building-a-web-app-with-symfony-2-bootstrapping/

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