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Handling Complex Translation Needs Skipping the Template Code Generation Based on the Defiitive Edit in Place How It Works 9. Generating Cached Pages Caching the Result of a Function Call Unit and Functional Tests Standards and Formats Default Modules and Actions The Default Front Controller 6.
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Symfony Debug Mode Speeding Up the Database Optimizing Your Code Global Cache Settings Displaying the Error Messages in the Form View Configuration Settings 7. Accessing the Request 6.
Symffony the Model Installing a Plug-In Description This book, authored by project and documentation leads Fabien Potencier and Francois Zaninotto, serves as a complete guide to all aspects of Symfony.
Developing a new web application should not mean reinventing the wheel. Applications, Modules, and Actions 2.
The Basic File Structure Using a Database Storage System for Caching Determining the Guuide Request Method Linking to Another Action 4. Browsing with the sfTestBrowser Object Calling the Translation Helper Outside a Template Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive?
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Passing Information from the Action to the Symony 4. The sfConfig Class 5. Beginning Ruby Peter Cooper. Tweaking the Cache Using Linked Tables Web Debug Toolbar The Action Class 6. Illustrations note XXX, p.
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