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tweaking documentation: is the purpose of symfonybricks.com clear? #1

inmarelibero opened this Issue Oct 1, 2012 · 4 comments


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inmarelibero commented Oct 1, 2012

In this issue everyone can post comments, suggestions and complains about the README.md file.

In this state, the main question is: is the purpose of symfonybricks.com clear?

@inmarelibero inmarelibero was assigned Oct 1, 2012

I would love to see a dedicated forms section.

Form themes (e.g. twitter bootstrap, uniform css etc.)

Examples of every kind of form - from simple to the most complex, embedded within embedded, dynamically added/removed sections with JavaScript, with complex conditional show hide and validation.

New form widgets that may be better copy pasted than installing an entire DeveloperXFormExtrabundle with many unnecessary form widgets.

In fact, I was thinking of making a form bundle that offered a new way of installing new form widgets and validators one by one via an admin area for devs only, to avoid needing 10's of bundles to add a few widgets.

I was thinking of having a website just fur this e.g. Sf2UberForm.com, as a place to do this, but this looks like a good website to hold that kind of information.

On the purpose of symfonybricks.com, I think the purpose is fairly clear.
It may be good to have a preset number of tags e.g.
"session" "users" "forms" "security" "config" "container" etc.

Otherwise there could be tag cloud soup.


inmarelibero commented Oct 3, 2012

Cool, that's a good idea. Forms are almost always used at least once in building a website or a project, from the most simple to the most complicated ones.
I think you spotted a common problem for every frontend developer and your suggestion is very interesting. One example above all: I'm personally in search of a complete guide on how to embed a collection of forms with an easy explanation and code example on how to implement the add/remove, insert also images or files, etc..

About the tags: it's not very clear right now what is the best way to organize and mark the contents. I think tags are useful and should be implemented, and they can be integrated by other forms of cataloguing the contents.

Thanks for your feedback on the clarity.


inmarelibero commented Oct 3, 2012

I created the issue What would you like to find on symfonybricks.com? to let people express about the expected contents of the website


inmarelibero commented Nov 23, 2013

@hal9087 what do you say?

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