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craft it online! he is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose – christian martyr search main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content blog hire & consulting post navigation ← older posts new year 2016, from php to new technologies, retrospective and tell it how it is posted on january 2, 2016 by luis cordova 4 hi, it has been a while since i have not blogged. i still continue to do php, however no longer consider it for new projects. i have been somewhat more involved with new technologies and languages. from reactive java, node, to go. from webpack, semanticui to terraform, docker, microservices and deployment pipeline. i have unsubscribed myself from most php repositories i follow, the fact is that they are not relevant as they used to be. regarding symfony i think no matter 2 or 3 it is somewhat stuck and with a good reason, it is a platform and that is it. is still good, but no longer good for most new things. i disagree with trying to innovate some old ball in the wrong way. that said, this past year was good. i got a new addition to my family, a cute baby girl. in the future i would seek to write blog posts whenever i can on go and on the things i consider interesting. regarding development in php and architecture in general, i discovered the lie of several approaches, like event sourcing. it is not a total lie because it works, but you seldom will run your events ever in the lifetime of your system for most cases. so we just finished removing it from one of my favorite projects. the same goes for oo, that madness we still use it but we are careful to go dumb crazy to abstract more than what the business requires. both of these lies were noticeable if we would have paid attention to our gut feelings. i believe experience and taste ultimately helps you stir as a developer among right and wrong approaches. what works for others don’t necessarily is right or work for your case. some people move faster than others, i am learning this and i am liking to have good friends around that go fast so i am starting to go fast and paying attention to the important parts. everything else is not worth the time. keep it simple is still the best principle ever. ok, with this i am just making a quick update and setting a better direction. i am still writing php, but less of course so don’t panic 🙂 your friend @cordoval tweet posted in uncategorized | 4 replies mac cursor best configuration posted on july 8, 2015 by luis cordova 1 this is actually a note to myself when configuring cursor behavior on mac. credits to @hafci. defaults write -g applepressandholdenabled -bool false if you have the dock on autohide and want it to open directly with no delay: defaults write com.apple.dock autohide-delay -float 0 set a blazingly fast keyboard repeat rate: defaults write nsglobaldomain keyrepeat -int 0 set a shorter delay until key repeat: defaults write nsglobaldomain initialkeyrepeat -int 12 enjoy! edit: this works with old macs, but for new yosemite just go to system keyboard and max the first two sliders. that works better! tweet posted in uncategorized | 1 reply telling symfony to use cached validation from doctrine cache bundle provider posted on april 10, 2015 by luis cordova 1 right now symfony on 2.7-2.8 and probably until before 3.0 will still support apc type validation caching. this will be dropped soon, at least the class support. you could still use apc past that point however you would have to wrap your apccache class into a doctrinecache. the doctrinecache is a means to adapt any cache service implementing doctrine\common\cache\cache interface into a symfony caching service for validation. how this looks in code follows: framework: validation: - cache: apc + cache: vendor.validation_cache.doctrine doctrine_cache: providers: + vendor_filesystem_validation_cache: + file_system: + extension: cache + directory: %kernel.root_dir%/cache/doctrine services: + vendor.validation_cache.doctrine: + class: symfony\component\validator\mapping\cache\doctrinecache + arguments: + - @doctrine_cache.providers.vendor_filesystem_validation_cache arraycache and filesystemcache are implementations of doctrine caches, but in order to tube them in to make them available to symfony we have to use this doctrinecache wrapper. one extra trick to test services is to include config_prod.yml in config_dev.yml imports and comment the first lines of config_prod.yml importing config.yml since it is already imported in config_dev.yml. then you can exercise your container:debug –show-private command without problems to test and ensure things are working correctly. enjoy! tweet posted in uncategorized | 1 reply doctrine file system caching with doctrine cache bundle posted on april 1, 2015 by luis cordova 2 some people had experience some difficulty configuring a filesystem cache type. symfony by default comes with some caching because of the doctrine bundle, however if one wants to extend to more types one has to install the doctrine cache bundle which brings more provides into place. now if you want to still instruct doctrine to cache metadata, the results and the query caching with these service providers then this is the way: doctrine: orm: metadata_cache_driver: type: service id: doctrine_cache.providers.vendor_filesystem_metadata_cache result_cache_driver: type: service id: doctrine_cache.providers.vendor_filesystem_result_cache query_cache_driver: type: service id: doctrine_cache.providers.vendor_filesystem_query_cache doctrine_cache: providers: vendor_filesystem_metadata_cache: file_system: extension: cache directory: %kernel.root_dir%/cache/doctrine vendor_filesystem_result_cache: file_system: extension: cache directory: %kernel.root_dir%/cache/doctrine vendor_filesystem_query_cache: file_system: extension: cache directory: %kernel.root_dir%/cache/doctrine i hope this resolves it for you when you need it. tweet posted in uncategorized | 2 replies docker symfony development box with data containers posted on february 21, 2015 by luis cordova reply data containers are containers where you define a path or folder to be mounted onto other containers. the data here can be read only or writeable. this means that for when you need a swap or temp storage for your projects you can use these containers since any other containers that are perhaps mounted on your host will not be writeable. so we start by defining the cache and logs container as follows: // cache_container from busybox run mkdir -p /var/cache/repay/dev volume /var/cache/repay entrypoint chmod -r 777 /var/cache/repay; /usr/bin/tail -f /dev/null and: // logs_container from busybox run mkdir -p /var/log/repay/ volume /var/log/repay entrypoint chmod -r 777 /var/log/repay; /usr/bin/tail -f /dev/null here is how you piece everything together. you build those containers, notice that they have entry points so that after running that command gets invoked setting the right permissions for those folders when they get ran. after the symfony box gets build you can run the whole thing and attach/mount the data containers to your main host shared container where the code is: !#/usr/bin/env bash # troubleshoot # docker exec -i -t repay bash # kill all previous containers docker rm -f $(docker ps -a -q) docker build --rm -t "cache_container:v1" docker/cache_container docker build --rm -t "logs_container:v1" docker/logs_container docker run -d --name repay_cache_container cache_container:v1 docker run -d --name repay_logs_container logs_container:v1 # build symfony project box docker build -rm -t repay . # run symfony container docker run \ -v $pwd:/srv \ -e db_name=repay \ -e init=bin/reload \ --volumes-from repay_cache_container:rw \ --volumes-from repay_logs_container:rw \ --name repay_development_webserver \ -itp repay this can work thanks to adding in the kernel a couple of methods:

 /** * {@inheritdoc} */ public function getcachedir() { return '/var/cache/repay/'.$this->environment; } /** * {@inheritdoc} */ public function getlogdir() { return '/var/log/repay'; } i grabbed the top dockerfile from an adaptation of ubermuda repo for symfony docker: from debian:jessie env debian_frontend noninteractive run apt-get update -y run apt-get install -y nginx php5-fpm php5-mysqlnd php5-cli mysql-server supervisor run sed -e 's/;daemonize = yes/daemonize = no/' -i /etc/php5/fpm/php-fpm.conf run sed -e 's/;listen\.owner/listen.owner/' -i /etc/php5/fpm/pool.d/www.conf run sed -e 's/;listen\.group/listen.group/' -i /etc/php5/fpm/pool.d/www.conf run echo "\ndaemon off;" >> /etc/nginx/nginx.conf add vhost.conf /etc/nginx/sites-available/default add supervisor.conf /etc/supervisor/conf.d/supervisor.conf add init.sh /init.sh run chmod 777 /init.sh expose 80 volume ["/srv"] workdir /srv cmd ["/usr/bin/supervisord"] now you can enjoy! tweet posted in uncategorized | leave a reply post navigation ← older posts --> please donate --> get posts via email link to subscribe ... recent posts new year 2016, from php to new technologies, retrospective and tell it how it is mac cursor best configuration telling symfony to use cached validation from doctrine cache bundle provider doctrine file system caching with doctrine cache bundle docker symfony development box with data containers my ssh keychain and phansible plug dev flow with gush and bldr into vagrant gushphp.org site now bears documentation: contribute linking other commands! doctrine migrations with schema api without symfony: symfony cmf seobundle sylius example testing with the streamwrapper file system libraries arrivederchi ciao chau symfony … welcome standalone dumper & c extension look mama: no console coupling! bye symfony, welcome aura cli! be strict! phpspec 2 best practices extension just released! phpspec ~2.0.1: create your extension like a pro! visiting phansible: flint web ansible-based vagrant box generator ain’t gonna need the symfony bundle! free html, css, php, javascript editor (ide) – codelobster php edition doctrine simple mapping and repository compiler pass code nuances, important to who hears/reads elcodi ecommerce going components (symfony-based): review and startup your store! new symfony way: scratch bundle for packages with compiler passes alternative method to tame symfony/doctrine repositories symfony: forget about permission settings decoupling in symfony how to pull out from annotations symfony bundleless service definition validation categoriescategories select category advertisement (1) bdd (31) books (1) development (211) firephp (1) forms (3) functional testing (2) git (46) google (1) html (2) new (5) pear (1) phabric (1) php (14) programming languages (1) go (1) javascript (1) nodejs (1) relational databases (3) sql (1) sqlite (3) ruby (5) rubyonrails (4) activerecord (1) shared hosting (1) shopping cart (4) simplexml (1) software engineering (7) store (1) symfony (148) terminal command line (9) thor (5) uncategorized (151) unit testing (3) web (4) wordpress (10) zend2 (1) archives january 2016 (1) july 2015 (1) april 2015 (2) february 2015 (1) november 2014 (1) october 2014 (1) september 2014 (12) august 2014 (7) july 2014 (3) june 2014 (5) may 2014 (9) april 2014 (3) march 2014 (1) january 2014 (1) december 2013 (8) november 2013 (4) october 2013 (6) september 2013 (11) august 2013 (11) july 2013 (13) june 2013 (4) april 2013 (1) february 2013 (4) december 2012 (1) november 2012 (3) october 2012 (6) september 2012 (2) august 2012 (5) july 2012 (6) june 2012 (6) may 2012 (6) april 2012 (6) march 2012 (17) february 2012 (8) january 2012 (8) december 2011 (5) november 2011 (7) october 2011 (7) september 2011 (28) august 2011 (37) july 2011 (37) june 2011 (55) may 2011 (11) april 2011 (11) march 2011 (4) january 2011 (1) december 2010 (6) november 2010 (13) october 2010 (11) february 2010 (1) proudly powered by wordpress


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