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SymfonyBricks now collects 15 guides (named "bricks").
Here are the most recent ones:

Latest posts on SymfonyBricks' Blog:

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Everyone is invited to collaborate: you can give a hand in many, many ways. We are open source lovers, like all the people contributing to Symfony. And we help each other ;)

For the community

The purpose is to become an homogeneous repository of code snippets, recipes and guides (and other we cannot even imagine now) about Symfony and topics related to it.

Contents will be submitted by you: depending on your possibilities you will post a new recipe, contribute to its translation, improve them, correct errors, or just express a judgement about its utility.

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The next step is to have a look at the section "Contribute" for more detailed informations.