I gave a techtalk at Liip to show how to use the Symfony Console. The slides are online here.
Back a few years ago when I started the PHP content repository PHPCR and the Jackalope project, one of the goals was to integrate between PHP applications and Java Content Management Systems. Last year we did a hackday with gregory from Magnolia CMS where we integrated PHP Jackalope with the Java MagnoliaCMS. On 28 Feb 2013, I will present the topic as a MagnoliaCMS webinar entitled "Connect PHP Applications with Magnolia CMS through PHPCR".
Symfony2 is a powerful and very flexible framework to build web applications. It is built on top of PHP 5.3. This session is for people who don’t know Symfony2 yet. It will be a tutorial style talk with lots of demos where i walk you through the first steps of using Symfony2 and introduce you to its most important components.
In this talk i will present the Content Management Framework (CMF). It is a set of building blocks you can use to build content management in any Symfony2 project: Content repository with translation and versioning, database routing, menu system and building the page.
Je vais présenter le Content Management Framework (CMF). C'est une collection des composants afin de faire la gestion de contenu dans les projéts symfony: Doctrine content repository avec traduction et versions, routing avec des données de la bd, système menu et construction des pages. Une idée général de Symfony va vous aider à mieux comprendre cette conférence.
My first conference in french :-)
I repost some of my blog posts made @ liip. Please see here for the original post and comments: https://blog.liip.ch/archive/2012/08/06/semantic-web-meets-frontend-awes...
Frontend editing is a hot topic at the moment. With the HTML5 content-editable, there is no longer any excuse to reload a page in edit mode and render forms on server side. And even less to use the iframe mess of traditional WYSIWYG editors. One excellent frontend editing project is create.js. Its main strength is to use RDF annotations in HTML (RDFa) to explain the semantic structure of your content. Then you load create.js and tell it what editors to use for your entities. Storage happens based on backbone.js, the server backend is easy to implement.
Conference: Webmardi Fribourg, 3.7.2012
Title: Symfony2 - Powerful and flexible web application framework in state of the art PHP
Symfony2 introduction. Followed by a Liip techtalk a week later aimed at people knowing Symfony2 a bit, focussing on using the various Symfony2 components standalone.