I'm a C++ developer who reluctantly switched to PHP some years ago. Now I'm a big advocate and a lover of the language, much more since I know something so awesome like Symfony2 exists. First of all, I am here to learn.
Berny Cantos is a member of the community since June 2011.
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Provides a unified set of tools for common caching tasks
Tools and helpers for Symfony/Console
Simple integration for Symfony/Console into Symfony/HttpKernel based applications (not standard)
A simple console based project, with all the power of bundles and dependency injection.
Command line tool for gitflow-like workflow
PHP objects mapping Google Maps services, requests and responses
An empty skeleton for Kata rapid development under PHP + Composer
Lazy collections for PHP
Integrates RabbitMQ with Symfony2 through php-amqplib
Symfony2 security extension to allow One-Time access
Allows easy management of multiple local vhosts projects for development purposes.
A basic URL shortener
Provides @Role and @Param annotations for securing controllers
Understanding Symfony2 Components and Framework through an alternate directory structure
Code from Fabien Potencier series "Create your own framework… on top of the Symfony2 Components", tagged at the end of every chapter, so you can watch the code evolve as @fabpot introduces more concepts from Symfony2 Components
Página del grupo Symfony Barcelona
Shared settings for my systems and projects
Helps collecting tagged services to inject them into others