In this post, we will see how to do step by step debugging with Xdebug, Symfony and PHPStorm. We will do a basic example where we will stop the execution of the Symfony code just before rendering a template to check the data passed to it.
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In this post, I will introduce you to Cw which is an acronym for "Cache Watcher". Cw is a small Go (Golang) program that watches your Symfony files and warms your cache when needed, so you don't have to wait when refreshing your browser.
In this post, we will see how to set up a CI/CD workflow for a Symfony project thanks to the GitHub actions. It will cover from configuring PHP on the runner host to launching the unit and functional tests of the Symfony application.
In this post, we will see how to use Doctrine repositories as services without adding additional configuration to the services.yaml file.
In this post, we will see how to use the Symfony AbstractController that was introduced in Symfony 3.3/4.1. We will review what we used to do before and the evolutions that were done from symfony 1 to Symfony5, especially how services were declared and used. Eventually, we will try to understand wh…
In this post, we will check all the Symfony best practices listed in the official documentation. For each one, I will say if I agree with it or not and why.