Thomas Rabaix is a Symfony fan since the early days, and after a few years of PHP freelance, he joined a french company as technical manager. The company also sponsors the Sonata Project.
Thomas Rabaix is a member of the community since October 2006.
Thomas Rabaix is a member of these clubs:
Association Francophone des Utilisateurs de Symfony
If like us you use behat, join this club! [ Google group (ML): http://groups.google.com/group/behat | Freenode (IRC): #behat ]
The content management framework is an effort to create building blocks for symfony content management systems.
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The goal of the Sonata Project is to provide an e-commerce framework solution based on the Symfony2 framework. Think of it as a toolkit based on Symfony2 components to make building e-commerce sites easy and fun! The first components released are: *Admin Bundle* : a bundle to generate robust user friendly administration interfaces *Media Bundle* : a bundle to handle any kind of media. A media can be a file, an image or a streaming video. The SPI lets you create Providers from scratch if needed, or use/extend existing ones. *Page Bundle*: a bundle to easily wrap any Symfony action into a user friendly CMS
A Golang services container
simple go lib to retrieve metadata using extract (libextractor)
Add a popup to translate any i18n messages used by a symfony project
A Playground CMS based on python and flask with a bit of magic
A Python Bot
A simple Python IOC based on Symfony2 Dependency Component
this plugin integrates Solr search engine into a symfony application
A Blog Plugin for symfony
Easily create links between symfony applications.
Add more widgets for sfForm framework
Add functional test generation to the symfony framework
Add some extra tools to symfony