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sfDoctrineActAsSignablePlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2
50
users
sfDoctrineActAsSignablePlugin provides Signable behavior to your models ("created_by" and "updated_by"columns defining user who created/updated a record)
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sfSympalPlugin
MIT sf 1.4
49
users
Sympal is an extension of symfony that provides a content management framework layer on top of all the greatness you get with symfony. It is a nice plug n' play architecture so other Sympal plugins can interact with the core and manipulate things with events.
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sfPropelSqlDiffPlugin
LGPL sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2
49
users
sfPropelSqlDiff plugin generate diff.sql file, which contains difference beetween schema.yml and current database structure.
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isicsBreadcrumbsPlugin
LGPL sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2sf 1.1
45
users
The isicsBreadcrumbsPlugin is a simple way to handle breadcrumbs in your applications.
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sfSslRequirementPlugin
MIT sf 1.1
42
users
SSL encryption plugin.
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sfJQueryUIPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2
42
users
JQueryUI as widgets. Currently available is only one widget, sfWidgetFormDateJQueryUI which uses jQuery DatePicker to choose date.
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sfCKEditorPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2
41
users
Provide CKEditor widget with CKFinder support
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sfDependentSelectPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3
40
users
Widgets for dependents selects and action for automatize AJAX calls.
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sfDynamicsPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2
40
users
Manage javascripts/stylesheets libraries as coherent packages, dependencies, packing, caching and supercaching. JS framework independant. No magic included.
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sfDoctrineGraphvizPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3
40
users
Adds a doctrine task that output database MCD and MLD schema using graphviz.
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