It is not well documented how to use the format option for sfWidgetFormJQueryDate in the sfFormExtrasPlugin for Symfony 1.4.
However, once I learned about sfWidgetFormJQueryDate’s date_widget option it was pretty easy. Just create a new date widget and use the format option there.
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Update: November 30, 2012 a.KindEndeavor.com is a growing directory of Apostrophe CMS professionals like developers, designers, Testers, & Strategy folks.
Update: January 7 2012 – @dandyMedia did a companion post reviewing the Diem CMS.
Update: December 16 2011 – The demo links no longer work for this post it was pretty old anyway.
Update: this review refers to the 1.0 version, as of Jan 2010 the new 1.5 version is available: http://window.punkave.com/2011/01/18/apostrophe-1-5-released/
Why do I care and where is the demo:
* login info is prepopulated in the login form so you can just press the login button
** The database and media are reset at the top each hour.
Why you care
- The Apostrophe CMS is easier to use, and easier to write templates for than WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla.
- It’s well integrated into the enterprise ready Symfony framework.
- Apostrophe still allows developers to use almost all the features built into Symfony as well as the Zend Framework.
- Expensive features are baked in like:
- It’s open source and easy to customize so it’s ROI is outstanding
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Symfony 1.3 Web Application Development is the latest book on the symfony PHP web framework and the first not written by the authors of the framework.
This allows the authors to adopt a more pragmatic style that favors 3rd party plugins. This is a good thing because IMHO the most important thing about a framework is it’s library of extensions. Continue reading “symfony 1.3 Book by Tim Bowler & Wojciech Bancer”