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The Symfony community has long been the force that drives PHP developer to more modern and stable applications. Most things we do at Happyr is related to this awesome framework.
Define Symfony access control rules in a database
I was recently at a PHP conference in Odessa where I met many great developers. One of them asked me a question, that the answer was not obvious. His use ca...
Testing the Symfony 4.1 router
How much faster is the new Symfony router in a real world application?
Manage your workflows efficiently
This post will cover how to use a ProcessManager class together with Symfony’s workflow component.
Generate URLs in Symfony commands
It has been great many years since Symfony 2.0 was released. 2.0 did not have as many great features as Symfony 4.0, but it was flexible and you could still...
What is efficiency?
The answer may be trivial. Efficiency is when you work as hard as you can and as quick as possible to complete a task. The answer could also be a bit more co...
Always use caret instead of tilde
I’ve been noticing people having trouble understanding the differences between the caret (“^”) and the tilde (“~”) operator in the composer.json file. Compos...
How Happyr work with Symfony translations
You probably follow the Symfony best practices when you develop web applications. That is great but there is no much information about translation. The offic...
Do not worry about code style fixes
Earlier this year I installed Fabien’s php-cs-fixer on my continuous integration server. So at each build I checked if there were any code style errors, if s...