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Konrad Podgórski:
Step by Step Guide How to Configure Server for PHP / Symfony Project
October 23, 2013 @ 10:15:25

If you're looking into using Symfony2 for your application and want to be sure your environment is set up correctly, you should definitely check out this new post from Konrad Podgórski. It's a very detailed guide to getting the full environment set up, also including setup of NodeJS and Capifony for deployment.

I decided to publish notes that I have been gathering lately about configuring servers. This is a complete guide how to configure server for production usage with Symfony or any PHP project. Instruction might seem to you very long and I totally agree with you. It took me few months to finish.

His installation includes the full commands and configuration for setting up:

  • Nginx
  • PHP (5.4)
  • MySQL
  • NodeJS
  • Twig
  • Git

He also includes the optional instructions to add in an opcode cache like APC or the Zend OPCache.

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Link: http://konradpodgorski.com/blog/2013/10/23/guide-how-to-configure-server-for-symfony/

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