Tag Archives: sfForm

Updating multiple dom elements using jQuery Taconite

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In my previous article, i’ve shown how to update dom element using ajax in symfony form. Another question now arise, how if you want to update more than one dom elements? In this article i’ll show you how to do that using jquery taconite plugin. What is jquery taconite plugin? jquery taconite plugin is a plugin that allows you to easily make multiple DOM updates using the results of a single AJAX call. It processes an XML command document that contain instructions for updating the DOM (stolen from jquery taconite website 😉 ). For more details about jquery taconite, you can read here. Read More


Using symfony built-in propel widgets in symfony 1.0

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In my previous post, i’ve shown you how to use symfony form in symfony 1.0. The main questions now is, can we mixing built-in propel forms and widgets in symfony 1.0? should we upgrade propel version from 1.2 to 1.3 or to newer version?. Read More

Dynamic input using javascript and symfony embedded forms

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One of great features from symfony 1.2 system form is auto-save objects from embedded forms, which means that when you save a Propel form, symfony will automatically save the main object and all the objects related to the embedded forms.
In this tutorial, i’ll discuss about adding embedded forms dynamically using javascript (without ajax) in symfony 1.2 or greater. Read More

sfForm and Symfony 1.0.x

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sfFrom was introduced since symfony 1.1, and has been improved in symfony 1.2 >. Can we use this form system in symfony 1.0?. Of course we can, because symfony form is independent.
What files do we need? Here are the list of files that need to be copied (from symfony 1.2.x lib folder) into lib folder: Read More