Integrating Symfony Authentication for ThruwayBundle

The last post I wrote gave instructions on how to push updates realtime with Symfony using the ThruwayBundle. If you implemented those instructions, you probably thought to yourself that there really isn’t a whole lot of security. If someone could guess your event names, they would be able connect and subscribe to them because the … Continued

Pushing Updates with the ThruwayBundle for Symfony

In this post I walk through creating a basic Symfony project that uses the ThruwayBundle to publish update and new events to a Thruway WAMP (Web Application Messaging Protocol) router. This can be used to create a realtime system that monitors your traditional Symfony application. This post touches just the surface of the ThruwayBundle. Hopefully … Continued

REST APIs with Symfony2: The Easy Way – updated

updated:  February 3, 2015 Developing a RESTful API with Symfony has been covered multiple times by many people.  If you want to learn how to implement it “the right way”, I suggest reading William Durand’s post. If you want to implement it “the best way”, you’ll want to read Giulio De Donato’s post. If you … Continued