We started to use Symfony as a PHP framework of our choice for some time now and want to share some basics in a compact way. We start with this article related to the initial creation of a Symfony project.
You followed our previous Gulp articles? This part completes the series and informs you about the integration in TYPO3 projects with Yeoman!
You are annoyed of the long compile times of compass or Ruby doesn't fits in your development toolchain? Find the solution in this new article!
You ever wanted to automate your usual frontend tasks while developing a new website? Read in the article how we implemented a solution with gulp.
A previous article explained how to set up a web server. Here you can read how you installed on the web server TYPO3.
How to set up your own Apache web server on Ubuntu 14.04 and how to integrate PHP and MySQL with ease, you'll find out in our latest news article.
As part of the current version 0.6 Beta 3, we have tried the new Appserver of TechDivision. Our experiences are extremely positive, but read for yourself.
Using web and system hooks, Gitlab can respond quickly and easily to specific events. The following article describes some basics, before we will go into a follow-up article on a concrete example.
Quality is very important to us and thus the versioning and administration of the written code is very important to us. In order to ensure a good cooperation, we have been using the open-source system Gitlab for some time.
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