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Fabien Potencier:
Symfony 4: Directory Structure
Apr 11, 2017 @ 11:53:59

Fabien Potencier continues his look at what's coming in the next major release of the Symfony framework (v4) in this new post to his site. In it he talks about changes to the default directory structure that Symfony 4-based applications will use.

Symfony 3 came with a slightly different directory structure than Symfony 2. Symfony 4 will also come with a reworked directory structure. Mostly incremental adjustments to support new features and best practices.

The Symfony 3 directory structure introduced a more standard Unix-like directory structure, with less sub-directories. Symfony 4 keeps going in that direction.

There's six changes he mentions specifically, each with a brief summary of what they'll contain:

  • Tests under tests/
  • Templates under templates/
  • Configuration under etc/
  • Source Code under src/
  • Temporary files under var/
  • Web files under web/

He ends the post with a quick note that, while these will be defaults, all of it is optional and these directories will be created automatically if they don't exist.

tagged: src etc template test structure directory symfony4 var web overview

Link: http://fabien.potencier.org/symfony4-directory-structure.html

PHP Women:
PHPWomen in php|architect
Dec 30, 2008 @ 09:38:02

According to this quick note on the PHP Women site, the group has been featured in the latest issue (Dec 2008) of php|architect magazine.

PHPWomen are featured in the December issue of the php|architect magazine, we're the subject of this month's /etc column! If you aren't already a subscriber - then go and check out the options, they even have a free issue offer so there are no excuses.

The column, written by PHP Women's own Lorna Mitchell, looks at some of the goals of the group, the work they do sponsoring female developers where they can, their mentoring programs and the communication methods - IRC and forums - that are open to all, not just female developers.

You can check out the issue here (and order a copy too!)

tagged: phpwomen article column etc phparchitect magazine lornamitchell

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