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ServerGrove Blog:
Symfony2 components overview Finder
March 26, 2014 @ 12:12:36

The ServerGrove blog has posted the latest in their series focusing in on the components in the Symfony2 framework. In this new post they look at the Finder component, used to locate files or directories in your project.

This is the 9th post in this series about the Symfony2 components. Today's post covers one of the most popular PHP packages: the Finder component. According to Packagist it is the 14th most used PHP package, and the 3rd Symfony2 component, only after the EventDispatcher and Console ones.

They walk you through the installation (via Composer) and show some code examples of it in use, including the output. They list out some of the options you can specify when using the component and go "under the hood" to detail the interfaces, adapters and objects that make it all work. There's also a list of other applications (outside of the Symfony2 framework) that use it as an independent package.

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Link: http://blog.servergrove.com/2014/03/26/symfony2-components-overview-finder/

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