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sfSavvyPlugin
MIT sf 1.1sf 1.0
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Savvy Plugin
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sfReCaptchaPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3
39
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This plugin is deprecated and is not maintained anymore. Please switch to Symfony2.
Integrates reCAPTCHA service in symfony
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sfModalBoxPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2
22
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see http://okonet.ru/projects/modalbox/ for more informations
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sfSocialBookmarkingPlugin
MIT sf 1.0
1
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Helper functions to create links to add url to social bookmarking services.
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sfSexyButtonPlugin
MIT sf 1.0
2
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This plugin help you to create pretty looking textual buttons (with alternate pressed state) using CSS. Dynamic buttons save you heaps of time otherwise spent creating graphics and will basically make you a happier person at the end of the day. Original idea by Alex Griffioen from http://www.oscaralexander.com/tutorials/how-to-make-sexy-buttons-with-css.html
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sfPropelActAsTaggableBehaviorPlugin
MIT sf 1.2sf 1.1sf 1.0
66
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This behavior permits to attach tags to Propel objects. It includes tag-clouds generation and helpers to display these clouds.
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sfMilonicPlugin
MIT sf 1.0
1
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The sfMilonicCPlugin is a symfony plugin that provides easy-to-use drop-down menus based on Milonic Menus (www.molonic.com).
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sfGallery2Plugin
MIT sf 1.2sf 1.1sf 1.0
3
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sfGallery2Plugin provides an interface to gallery2 embbeded mode.
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sfFlickrGalleryPlugin
MIT sf 1.0
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Modules to easily add a gallery of your photos published on Flickr.
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sfEmailPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2sf 1.1sf 1.0
11
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The sfEmailPlugin is a symfony plugin that allows to debug emails deliverability in development mode. All the emails are stored as the plain text files into /cache/mail/ folder (by default). And you will be able to browse/view them via sfEmail module. This could be really helpfull for the cases when you are testing confirmation link integrated in emails, user registration information and don't have a way to use real deliverability. And it could be use with Selenium or other automate web app testing.
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