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Adding general assetic cookbook article #459

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richardmiller commented Jun 27, 2011

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@stof stof commented on an outdated diff Jun 27, 2011

+For production, where you will not be making changes to the asset files,
+performance can be increased by avoiding the step of checking for changes.
+Assetic allows you to go further than this and avoid touching Symfony2
+and even PHP at all when serving the files. This is done by dumping all
+of the output files using a console command. These can then be served directly
+by the web server as static files, increasing performance and allowing the
+web server to deal with caching headers. The console command to dump the files
+.. code-block:: bash
+ php app/console assetic:dump
+.. note::
+ Once you have dumped the output this you will need to run the console

stof Jun 27, 2011


the is an extra this here

weaverryan added a commit that referenced this pull request Jun 27, 2011

Merge pull request #459 from richardmiller/adding_assetic_article
Adding general assetic cookbook article

@weaverryan weaverryan merged commit 86528a6 into symfony:master Jun 27, 2011

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