Symfony support finished
By Tomas Mysik on Oct 02, 2009
Hi all, today I would like to announce that the support for Symfony PHP Framework (as we planned it for NetBeans 6.8) is finished. So, what's new?
(If you missed our previous blog post about Symfony support in NetBeans, please, read it here.)
Now, code completion offers proper Symfony variables in Symfony views.
Also, one can very easily navigate between Symfony views and actions. Of course, these actions are not present in other PHP files.
So, if you navigate from view to action...
... you will end there :)
You can navigate vice versa as well (please notice that you must invoke the action from the body of a method).
One can assign shortcut for this action.
Please notice that these improvements will be available in NetBeans 6.8 Beta (will be released soon) .
Now, it's time to use NetBeans for your own Symfony projects or to follow Symfony tutorial to see whether Symfony support is good enough or should be improved. So, please test it and report all the issues or enhancements you find in NetBeans IssueZilla (component php, subcomponent symfony).