Thursday 26th June, 2014
1:45pm to 5:00pm
There's library code and there's bundle code. A bundle can be installed in a Symfony application to make the library code readily available inside that application. Be it your own or somebody else's code that you are providing access to, you want bundles to be easy to install, configure and use in any Symfony application - not just the one you are working on right now.
In this tutorial you learn how to set up a bundle, its configuration and service definitions in order to make it fully flexible and adaptable for many use-cases. We take an existing library and write the necessary bundle code to provide useful service definitions for the classes that the library contains. While we're at it we write some tests for the bundle, configuration and extension classes that we create for this bundle.
PHP & Symfony2 developer, living in Zeist (The Netherlands) with my girlfriend and son. bio from Twitter
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