Symfony 4: a CRUD tutorial, second edition

This tutorial follows another guide that I made, always about Symfony, but this time we’re talking about Symfony 4.

As the framework evolves into new releases there might be some changes in methods, classes and tools. They may become deprecated or obsolete and new tools may be added, although some kind of retrocompatibility may be assured.

Symfony the web framework

If you want to know more about that, you can visit Symfony’s roadmap and discover how it will evolve and how long the various versions will be maintained.

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How to create a new component in Angular 2

In this tutorial, which is meant for beginners, I’m gonna teach you the fundamentals of Angular 2, and in particular how to create a new component, the first thing when learning this framework.

The JavaScript programming language

These are the prerequisites: if you haven’t done before, go ahead and install Node.js https://nodejs.org from the main website, bundled with it you will find NPM, which is node package manager, you’re gonna need it. Then check if the installation was correct:

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Mini Tutorial about the Symfony Bundle Generator

In this mini tutorial I’m gonna show you a little trick which can be useful in order to create a new bundle in Symfony.

If you choose to create a bundle yourself, there might not be problems, but if you want to use the bundle creator tool of Symfony, you may encounter some difficulties that can make you loose precious time.

The Symfony Php Framework

The first thing is to install Symfony, on your computer, here is the documentation: https://github.com/symfony/symfony-installer, but you can also follow this tutorial. We suppose we’re on Linux, but there’s a similar procedure on Windows:

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Wine 3.0 released, it’ll bring Windows Apps to your Android device

On January the 18th it was released a new stable release of Wine, the 3.0. The original meaning of the recursive acronym is “Wine Is Not an Emulator”.

So Wine, instead of emulating internal Windows logic like a virtual machine or emulator such as VirtualBox do (remember that a virtual machine is like a full operating system inside another) translates Windows API calls to Android API calls on-the-fly, reducing the performance and memory penalties of other methods.

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