Monthly Archives: August 2015

Provide your Symfony bundle with a configuration using extensions

Part of the work when programming applications is to make the code generic and reusable when the functionality you are working on is common to multiple use cases. A good way of doing this is by providing some configuration options that the users of your code can fill in order to customize their experience of your feature. Even for you, if you are the only user, you’ll appreciate having just to change a configuration key to update the behavior of your application, instead of diving into the code that you wrote (long) before.

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