Symfony recipes allow the automation of Composer packages configuration via the Symfony Flex Composer plugin.
It is pretty useful to avoid boring rituals like writing packages configuration, routes, parameters...
In this article we will learn how to write your own recipes for your private repositories.
Slate is a static documentation for your REST APIs. With it, you can create a beautiful, intelligent and responsive API documentation.
API Platform is a REST and GraphQL framework designed to build API-driven projects.
It is pretty simply to include in a Symfony application and will be a must have if you want to provide APIs without investing a lot of time in it.
In this article we will learn how to plug API Platform with Elasticsearch for a faster response time.
The authentication with Facebook or Google is pretty normal for the user today because it's useful and reassuring.
In most of the cases, the OAuth protocol is used to do this.
Learn how to implement a Symfony Facebook login or a Symfony Google login with the HWIOAuthBundle.
Making websites with Symfony requires a lot of dependencies that can be painful and time-consuming to install on your computer.
That's why Docker was invented.
With it, you can setup a working development environnement pretty quickly since you have pratically nothing to do.
This Gist provides you a Dockerfile with all the required tools you need (PHP 7, Apache, Composer...).
Like I told you in a previous tutorial, RabbitMQ can be a very useful tool if you have a website with a lot of traffic.
Today we will see another utility of this tool, which has helped us a lot my team and I at my workplace.
How to send your emails asynchronously with RabbitMQ and Symfony.
Docker is an open-source project that automates the deployment of an application inside containers.
For a Symfony project, Docker allows you to setup your working environment really easily without installing anything on your computer except Docker.
In this tutorial, we will learn to install Docker and getting started to work in a few steps.
My name is Hugo, I'm 25 and I'm a Symfony developer since 2013. I love to create websites by myself to learn new technologies or increase my skills.
I love movies, books, music and video games. I also like to drink a few beers with my friends. I'm from Lille (France) and I currently work as Symfony developer at Decathlon since 2016. Before that, I worked as Symfony developer for the IT Room company, in Roubaix, France.