In preparation for my talk at Drupalcamp Spain 2012 about Symfony in Drupal 8 I made a list of some relevant issues and posts related to the topic. In pretty much chronological order.
- Move all module-provided classes to PHP namespaces (PSR-0 or similar), and autoload them without the registry [policy, no patch]
- What Symfonic Drupal means
- Switch to Symfony2-based session handling (Previously: Refactor session handling)
- PSR-0 compatible class loader in core
- "Drupal core now ships with the Symfony2 ClassLoader"
- What is Symfony2?
- A PHP Christmas Miracle - 3 Frameworks, 1 app
- Rethinking WSCCI
- "However, after some additional research and discussion with Symfony2 folks I realized that what we were trying to do... Symfony2's component libraries already do."
- "I propose that we cut to the chase and port Drupal to Symfony2's HttpKernel library, and accept the rather drastic changes that will result."
- The future is a RESTful Drupal
- Refocusing WSCCI
- "Why Symfony2? Well, quite simply, its low-level components are already solid REST-based systems, exactly what we've been trying to build."
- Drupal 8: The path forward
- Evaluate Symfony form component as a replacement for Drupal FAPI
- [policy] How to handle unforeseen diversion of Symfony code in stable/API-locked Drupal core?
- Symfony Release Process
- Add a Drupal kernel; leverage HttpFoundation and HttpKernel
- Core subsystems converted to PSR-0 standard
- Use Symfony EventDispatcher for hook system
- WSCCI Routing in Denver
- Use Dependency Injection to handle object definitions
- Switch page caching to HttpCache
- Implement new routing system
- Change file_transfer() to use readfile()
- Allow modules to register services and subscriber services (events)
- Add the Doctrine Common PHP library
- Enable secure compiled information on disk
- Compile the Injection Container to disk
- Larry Gardfield's WSCCI presentation in Drupalcon Munich 2012: Slides, Video
- Planning for Security implications of using external libraries
The Drupal Developer Days was supposed to be a small event intended for Drupal european developers that wanted to just meet sharing coding ideas.
But when you see:
- More than 300 drupal developers from several continents, where you can find big names like:
- 7 Drupal Core sprints lasting the whole week
- and more than 30 technical session
then you start to think that this maybe is not so small. And my opinion is that this kind of events will consolidate as a very good alternative to the ever price increasing, overcrowded and more marketing oriented event that has become Drupalcon. And the perfect weather and great nightlife of Barcelona this time of the year made it the best european Drupal event I have attended since quite some time.
This posts describes a method to take a picture with a digital camera (preferably a DSLR) and have it instantly uploaded to a Drupal website where it will be imported as an image node. All these steps will be done automatically and you will only need to press the shutter button of your camera for the whole process to start. Continuous shutting is also supported.
Third and last day of Drupalcon, we continue to see interesting things.
He aquí unas breves notas de mi segundo día en le Drupalcon San Francisco 2010.