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Introduction to web development with Symfony2

Course Summary

Learn to develop a complete application from scratch using Symfony2, the most complete PHP framework.


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    Course Syllabus

    • Course introduction
      • Symfony2 features that we will cover
      • IDE and PHP version
    • Setting up the development environment
      • Installing Homebrew
      • Installing PHP
      • Setting up the Symfony2 coding standards
      • Installing Composer
      • Reviewing the official book
    • Generating the project
      • Installing Symfony2
      • Setting up the IDE
      • Running the PHP webserver
      • A quick look at the project configuration
      • Removing the AcmeBundle
    • The first bundles
      • Generating the CoreBundle
      • Generating the ModelBundle
    • Setting up the database through Doctrine 2
      • Generating the Post and Author entities
      • Creating the database
      • Generating our first migration
      • Populating the database with fixtures
    • The main page with the posts list
      • Generating the list controller
      • Writing our first test
      • Installing PHPUnit and running the suite test
      • Trying it out in the browser and having look at the debug toolbar
      • Customizing the main layout with Twig
      • Creating the layout and the i18n files for the CoreBundle
      • Creating the CSS for the CoreBundle and installing assets
      • Retouching the controller test
      • Iterating over Twig posts, using partials and the Twig extensions
      • Adding a sidebar for the latest posts
      • Installing Doctrine Extensions to add a slug to the post
      • Refactoring Timestampable to use Doctrine Extensions
      • Refactoring even more removing duplicated code
    • The post page
      • Writing a test to load a post
      • Creating the controller action
      • Creating the template
      • Setting the final routes in the list
    • The author page
      • Generating the controller
      • Creating the repository
      • Adding the Sluggable behavior
      • Writing a test to check the author posts list
      • Writing the method
      • Writing the template
      • Adapting links in the main and post pages
      • Controlling the case of an author with no posts and linking to the main page
    • Comments
      • Creating the Comment entity
      • Using fixtures to create example comments
      • Writing a test to check that comments are showing up
      • Creating a partial to show comments
      • Showing the number of comments by post
      • Writing a test for the creation of a comment
      • Generating a Doctrine FormType
      • Creating the Create action and adding the form in the template
      • Adding a CSS for the form
      • Implementing the comment Create action
    • Setting up security for the administration zone
      • Generating the AdminBundle
      • Creating the security controller
      • Adding a layout and CSS for the AdminBundle
      • Adding the administrator and configuring the firewall
    • Authors administration
      • Generating the CRUD
      • Cleaning the generated controller by the CRUD
      • Adding the route to the AdminBundle header
      • Adapting the test
      • Creating the login template
      • Cleaning the generated templates by the CRUD
      • Adapting the AuthorType and the controller
      • Testing the authors administration
    • Posts administration
      • Generating the CRUD
      • Adapting the test
      • Adapting the PostType
      • Cleaning the controller
      • Adding the route to the AdminBundle header
      • Cleaning templates and testing the posts administration
    • Creating a logout for the AdminBundle
      • Adapting the firewall
      • Creating the action in the security controller
      • Adding the route to the AdminBundle header
    • Creating a redirection for the AdminBundle default route
      • Writing the redirection test
      • Adapting the controller
    • The service container
      • Introduction
      • Creating our first service for the author
      • Refactoring the author controller
      • Creating a service for the post
      • Refactoring the post controller
      • Refactoring the comments creation
    • URL internationalization
      • Adapting the tests
      • Adapting the controllers
      • Checking out the result in the browser
    • Closure
      • Building on the learned topics
      • Source code


Course Fee:
USD 99

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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