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Introduction

Well hi again! And congrats on getting through everything in episode 1. Seriously, that was a lot of work - so find a stranger and give them a high-five. Then come back and let’s get to work.

Over the next hour, we’re going to take things to the next level, aiming at some of the most difficult areas of Symfony, like security, forms, and some serious Doctrine topics. Some of this stuff will look pretty tough at first, but that’s just because we’re taking your Symfony foo up to the next level. When you finish, you’ll be another huge step towards mastering Symfony.

Ok, drink some coffee, stretch a little, and lets get to it!

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  • 2016-11-22 Victor Bocharsky

    Hi MassiB,

    We're talking about REST API in general here, but if you're interested in OAuth only - we have a tutorial about OAuth2:
    http://knpuniversity.com/scree...

    Cheers!

  • 2016-11-22 MassiB

    Hello,
    I'm not sure - are we referring to Oauth or Oauth2 here?

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  • 2016-05-11 weaverryan

    Hi Sudhir!

    1. Your code for this part looks perfect, so I'm a bit confused to why you are being redirected incorrectly. When you view the HTML source of your page, do you see this?


    window.location.replace('/app_dev.php/login/flight');

    Or is the app_dev.php missing from this string? Also, try using window.location = '' instead of replace - just in case that's causing problems.

    2. I'm not sure about this. What do you mean that it doesn't work when the method is POST? Do you mean that the AJAX request causes a 404? Or that it works but you cannot access your POST data? If you're not using the build-in web server, what web server are you using? Also, even if you're not using the built-in web server, you should point your web server at the "web" directory as the document root so that you have nice URLs like /app_dev.php/login (without the /web in front) :).

    Cheers!

  • 2016-05-11 Sudhir Gupta

    hi weaverryan

    hope u r doing good.
    in my current project i am facing a 2 issue.
    here is my problem statement.

    1. i am sending a ajax request to validate the login. when valid credentials matched i am trying to redirecting on dashboard.
    my current url is www.projectUrl//web/app_dev.php/login/
    after that i want to redirect at www.projectUrl//web/app_dev.php/flight/
    in js file here is my code

           window.setTimeout(function(){
    window.location.replace('{{ path ("/flight")}}');
    },1000)

    using this code the redirection is going on /login/flight. (i want app_dev.php/flight/). may u help me where i am doing worng.




    2nd issue.
    when i am using /web/app_dev.php/login/ (without symfony server:run) my post method didn't work. ajax is working fine but i am not getting Post variable. surprising thing is if i am using GET method then its work never when i use POST.

    Here is my ajax code.

    $.ajax({
    url : httpPath, // path via parameter
    data: serializeData,
    method: 'POST',
    cache: false,
    contentType: 'application/json',
    timeout: 5000,
    ......

    may u help me where i am doing wrong..

    Thanks in advance.

  • 2016-05-04 weaverryan

    Ah, you're right - there's a problem in the dependency-injection tutorial - I just fixed this: https://github.com/knpuniversi.... Thanks for pointing that out! I wanted to give you a proper GitHub shout, but I was only 90% sure that jhmnieuwenhuis is you :).

    I plan to script out those installation instructions so that we can't possibly mess them up - you know, keeping docs in sync with code... not always easy.

    Thanks!

  • 2016-05-04 Hans Nieuwenhuis

    Ok, great.
    But there is still no vendor directory in the start code.
    And in the README.md it says :

    "You can also run Composer, though the `vendor/` directory should already have everything it needs:"

    And if there is no vendor directory and composer is not run, the start code will not run.

    Regards,

    Hans

  • 2016-05-03 weaverryan

    Thanks Hans! We just fixed that - we left a library in there that's not used anymore :)

  • 2016-05-01 Hans Nieuwenhuis

    Update course code ?

    In the course code composer.json there are still the lines for knpuniversity/gladiator.
    And there is no vendor directory.

    When I run composer install I get an error on gladiator, saying it can not be downloaded.
    And I think it is nog longer needed or ??

    I removed the gladiator lines from composer.json and removed composer.lock and then I ran
    composer install again, and now the application works...

    Later on I also ran composer require pimple/pimple, and that also works fine/

  • 2015-11-05 Ammar

    Hey thanks. It works perfectly now!

  • 2015-11-04 weaverryan

    Hey Ammar!

    It's an easy fix: just create a `logs` directory at the root of the project and make it writeable - the code is trying to write to a mail.log file in this directory. I just added a note about this to the project: https://github.com/knpuniversi...

    Thanks!

  • 2015-11-04 Ammar

    i get this error on running app.php

    PHP Warning: fopen(/var/www/public/dependency_injection/src/DiDemo/Mailer/../../../logs/mail.log): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/public/dependency_injection/src/DiDemo/Mailer/SmtpMailer.php on line 56

    PHP Warning: fwrite() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in /var/www/public/dependency_injection/src/DiDemo/Mailer/SmtpMailer.php on line 57

    PHP Warning: fopen(/var/www/public/dependency_injection/src/DiDemo/Mailer/../../../logs/mail.log): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/public/dependency_injection/src/DiDemo/Mailer/SmtpMailer.php on line 56

    PHP Warning: fwrite() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in /var/www/public/dependency_injection/src/DiDemo/Mailer/SmtpMailer.php on line 57

    i am assuming the log files are not being generated due to sqlite db connectivity issues. I am using scotch box vm and it comes it sqlite. How do i setup a username and pass in setupdb.php?

  • 2015-10-26 David Thorne

    Thanks Ryan, helps a lot. I'll hold off till 2.8/3.0 are out and videos are completed. Looking forward to them, keep up the good work!

  • 2015-10-26 weaverryan

    Hey David!

    Actually, since Symfony 2.8 and 3 come out in about a month, we'll start to record complete updates to the latest versions really soon. Until then (as you eluded to), I would wait to learn Symfony. If we show you an out-dated way of doing something, you'll get a deprecation warning in the web debug toolbar - so you'll know it's outdated. More importantly, the new way is usually pretty close (e.g. a method name change) from the way we show things.

    I hope that helps - updates coming soon!

  • 2015-10-26 David Thorne

    Whilst Symfony 2.4 is still an officially supported LTS release, it is no longer the standard LTS if you follow the Symfony best practices. Whilst putting together a whole new series on 2.7 is a lot of work, any chance on either a mini series on the core differences or indeed a single video if that seems more applicable?

  • 2015-07-12 weaverryan

    Hey Léo!

    You're really close :). You need to move into the "start" directory and run a "composer install" (or a php composer.phar install depending on how you have Composer installed). We do talk about this - but it's a few more chapters from now :) http://knpuniversity.com/scree...

    Let me know if that helps!

  • 2015-07-12 Léo Li

    Excuse me, when I ran this "php app.php", I got a error:
    ```

    PHP Warning: require(/Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/vendor/autoload.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/app.php on line 3

    PHP Stack trace:

    PHP 1. {main}() /Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/app.php:0

    Warning: require(/Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/vendor/autoload.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/app.php on line 3

    Call Stack:

    0.0008 228408 1. {main}() /Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/app.php:0

    PHP Fatal error: require(): Failed opening required '/Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/vendor/autoload.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/Cellar/php56/5.6.3/lib/php') in /Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/app.php on line 3

    PHP Stack trace:

    PHP 1. {main}() /Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/app.php:0

    Fatal error: require(): Failed opening required '/Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/vendor/autoload.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/Cellar/php56/5.6.3/lib/php') in /Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/app.php on line 3

    Call Stack:

    0.0008 228408 1. {main}() /Users/AJ/Sites/knpuniversity-dependency-injection/start/app.php:0
    ```

    And I can't find __DIR__.'/vendor/autoload.php' this file in the package, neither the "logs\mail.log".
    Am I missing some step?