Tag Archives: PHP

Gaining momentum with Symfony2

I cannot yet reveal too much about the 3 technical books that I’m going to publish, but they will be pretty soon available to the public. So I’ve decided to write another tech book with practical concerns and real-world apps, based on the Symfony Framework. Hoping it’ll be an ideal complement for vocational education and training [...]

[Off topic] Nuevo curso de certificado de profesionalidad – Desarrollo con tecnologías web

A partir del próximo mes de Abril estaré impartiendo varios módulos del Certificado de Profesionalidad de Nivel 3 de Desarrollo de Aplicaciones con Tecnologías Web (IFC0210) El curso ofrece una visión completa de las destrezas necesarias para desarrollarse en el campo profesional de la programación haciendo especial hincapié en tecnologías del entorno cliente tales como [...]

Writing your own PHP MVC Framework

During this Christmas break I’m trying to improve the PHP contents I usually teach. I tend to structure the course in a way which gives me time enough to explain how an MVC Framework works and, for that purpose, last year I chose Symfony due to it’s one of the most widely used by companies [...]

ShoppingCart part II

After having the listing in place and the search functionality as well, the next step a ShoppingCart app has to face is to show the details of each product when the user clicks on them. Given we’re trying to concentrate our side on a single-page we cannot follow the traditional approach of redirecting the user [...]

Symfony 2

Oh my God! This is the real deal!!! These Christmas days I am getting obsessed with this awesome framework. I am quite used to work with other MVC frameworks, such as Spring, Struts, .NET MVC, but I had never had the chance to experience with any MVC framework for PHP. PHP (aka the most powerful [...]