Guestbook Created using Symfony 3.4 and AngularJS 1.6.9

I created simple test small project Guestbook using Symfony 3.4 and AngularJS

Its just a simple one but it is a good guide for beginner.

In this simple project covered the following…

Symfony

  • Controllers
  • Models
  • Event Dispatcher
  • Annotations
  • Using Doctrine Dbal
  • And More.

AngularJS

  • Controllers
  • Methods
  • Directives
  • Factory
  • Module Dependency
  • Etc..

 

If you have any question you can drop a comment question below.

Cheers!

You can check it here: http://guestbook.emisyl.com/

For the database see below

CREATE DATABASE symfony_guestbook;

CREATE TABLE `guestbook` (
 `id` int(11) NOT NULL,
 `name` varchar(100) DEFAULT NULL,
 `email` varchar(50) DEFAULT NULL,
 `message` text,
 `created` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
 `deleted` datetime DEFAULT NULL
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;

Download:  Guestbook Symfony 3.4 and AngularJS 1.6.9 (10 downloads)

PHPStorm Code Analysis


I’ve been using PhpStorm a while.. I found this feature that PhpStorm has.

Its very useful feature which you can check file codes if has error or warnings etc..

Detect not only compiling errors, but also different code inefficiencies. Whenever you have some unreachable code, unused code, non-localized string, unresolved method, memory leaks or even spelling problems – you’ll find it very quickly.

When an error is detected.

In case of a warning (undefined variables, unused variables etc..)

 

If everything is Ok see below

This really help you a lot.

Make you aware the status of your codes.

You can also detect if where are the error, warnings

If what line of in the file, see below

So make sure all you files has green check sign 🙂

Cheers!