Here is a problem I had when adding the sluggable behaviour on existing data. The generated migration was not working because of the unique index it tries to set on the slug columns. Here is how to fix this: Symfony2 Doctrine Migrations with Unique Indexes (Slugs)
If you ever needed to migrate an old project’s users to Symfony2, you probably needed to preserve their passwords. As the passwords are encoded using a specific algorithm, you have to configure your new Symfony2 project to use exactly the same method in order for the old passwords work.
Find out how to do this in this new blog post: How to Create a Custom Symfony2 Password Encoder
Here’s another usefull tip from IntelligentBee that will help you in your Symfony2 web development: How to Fix Symfony2 Ajax Login Redirect.
I hope you will find it useful! Enjoy!
A new post is available at the following link, describing how to extend the FOSUserBundle to require email confirmation when an user cahges his email suing the edit profile form: How to Enable Email Confirmation on FOSUserBundle Profile Edit
My first Android tutorial is live here: http://intelligentbee.com/blog/2015/06/22/how-to-build-an-android-login-screen/
You will find a full code example on how to build an Android login screen using an API web service to check the username and password before allowing users to access some part of your applications. Please enjoy and let us know in the comments if you have any suggestions to improve this.
Here’s some useful post on what data types to use when you need to save latitude and longitude values to a MySQL table: How to Store Latitude and Longitude in MySQL
Here’s my company workflow using Git: http://www.intelligentbee.com/blog/2015/03/18/how-teams-use-git-for-big-projects/
You’ll find there some great tips if you are a beginner. Also check the movie at the end, it’s hilarious!
Here’s a new blog post where you can find a list of Linux commands I found very useful throughout the years: Linux Commands Every Web Developer Should Know
When you need to render the label value for a specific field without rendering the entire HTML label element (e. g. to use it for a placeholder) do it by using the
label form variable like described here: Symfony2: How to Get the Label for a Specific Form Field in Twig.