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Using Symfony 4 to Create and Build an Advanced CMS

Symfony 4 is out and different Since the release of Symfony 4, I have not had a chance to really test it until last week. Well now I would like to rework the tutorial I wrote last year about building a blog with Symfony 3. Symfony 4 being different seems to be ok this time.

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Your CMS

CMS From Scratch Tutorial Started

Develop your very own CMS from scratch is the titel of that series. It will start at the very beginning of creating a CMS system. And will be easy enough for a beginner to follow. The tutorial will cover planning, starting, fixing, debugging, testing and a lot more. A major point in this tutorial will

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I got WOK & KIMCHI working on Debian 9 – Here’s how I did it

WOK & KIMCHI hack for Debian 9 After many, many tests and rebuilding from scratch – I decided to combine what I thought would be a small and quick Tutorial. This was done on a fresh Debian 9 netinstall with only ssh-server and the bare stuff. I didn’t register a password for root, this way

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Refactor an Old CMS Tutorial Planned

XOOPS was a tool that I used to like using. Mainly because of it’s simpleness in use. And developing a Theme or Module was not all that hard. So I do want a CMS like that. I just can’t find any nowadays that I really like. I do ok with Drupal and WordPress and absolutly

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Rewrite My Old Symfony3 Blog Tutorial

I wrote a tutorial on my other site last year. I used the full Symfony3 framework as the starting point and enden up with a Blog that was Feature Rich, yet far from complete. It had the following Features: * Symfony Framework * Interface Internationalized (i18n) * English - Default * German - Secondary *

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Twitter Bootstrap Template used for Blog Creation.

Bootstrap Blog – PHP PDO jQeury We start out with a Twitter Bootstrap frontend and backend template. Add some php and design a usable blog. So before you continue, you can take a look at some of the nice themes at getbootstrap examples. These are very basic and allow us to nicely expand upon those

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