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New website using Symfony [message #49475] Tue, 08 April 2008 18:32
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I released the first version of my new Symfony-based website at the weekend:
http://www2.whr.co.uk/

It uses

sfSimpleCMSPlugin
- this has been great 'out of the box'

sfSimpleNewsPlugin
- I have revised this substantially and I plan to release my revised version

sfImageReplacementPlugin
- likewise, I have revised this substantially and I plan to release my revised version

Other plugins include sfGuardPlugin, sfOpenIDPlugin, sfFeed2Plugin, sfMediaLibraryPlugin, sfPrototypePlugin, sfPropelAlternativeSchemaPlugin, sfPropelActAsNestedSetBehaviorPlugin, and sfCombineFilterPlugin (planned but not yet in use)

I'm also using Mootools, which I prefer over Prototype.

I wrote a "plugin-like" feature that is similar to the sfSimpleNewsPlugin and provides sidebar blocks containing news, teasers etc. As with my modified sfSimpleNewsPlugin, blocks can appear and disappear on calendar dates. Unlike sfSimpleNewsPlugin it supports I18n. I have been wondering whether it would actually be possible to merge sfSimpleNewsPlugin and my sidebar block module to make a single plugin that would handle date-constrained CMS news content. Just a thought at this stage.

[Updated on: Tue, 08 April 2008 18:32]


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