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Create a Symfony Application from a Drupal Perspective [February 26, 2014]

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The inclusion of the Symfony framework into Drupal 8 can bring with it many questions and concerns from Drupal enthusiasts, both beginner and veteran alike. In this session we'll create a simple Symfony 2 project from start to launch, including a quick template with Twig, and correlate each step of the process to the equivalent Drupal steps.

Attendees will come away with:
• A better understanding of the basic core processes behind the Symfony framework
• What you might expect going forward in Drupal 8
• An overview of how to create an Symfony project and how to apply it to Drupal

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014
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