Posts Tagged
Symfony

  • 22/02/2010 • • GOYELLOblog • Views: 28

    Symfony 2 Revealed

    During the first international Symfony Live conference Fabien Potencier introduced Symfony 2. It’s a next generation framework which will change PHP world forever. I already wrote about the highlights of the conference and revealing...

    Read article

  • 20/02/2010 • • Software, Trends & Events • Views: 15

    Symfony Live 2010 Highlights

    I’ve just returned from the first international Symfony Live conference in Paris. There are currently a lot of great things happening in the symfony (and Symfony ) world which I’d like to share. Here are the highlights of what...

    Read article

  • 09/02/2010 • • Software • Views: 25

    Getting More From The Lime Testing Framework

    Lime is a testing tool bundled with symfony. It can be, however, used separately with any PHP application. It is a great alternative for famous PHPUnit. Its advantage is simplicity. Since writing tests with lime is dead easy it’s a...

    Read article

  • 26/06/2009 • • Software • Views: 21

    NetBeans 6.7 and PHP/Symfony – a perfect couple

    Do you know the feeling when you look at your screen waiting for the project to build its workspace for hours or when you have to search the whole project in order to find a simple function ? If you do I recommend trying NetBeans as your...

    Read article

  • 19/06/2009 • • Software, Trends & Events • Views: 7

    PHP Standards Initiative

    During this year’s php|tek conference in Chicago a spontaneous meeting about PHP standards took place. It was organized by a group of people usually working on a couple of important PHP projects like Zend Framework, PEAR, Solar,...

    Read article

  • 08/03/2009 • • Software, Trends & Events • Views: 17

    One more look at the first 4developers conference

    4developers conference aims to become the biggest conference for developers in Poland. That’s why four independent paths where available to choose from: Java, IT Project Management, .NET & C# and last but not least –...

    Read article