One of the most common tasks developers have to do over and over is form handling. Luckily, Symfony handles this with a Form component so robust that it can live outside Symfony and be incorporated into other frameworks. Take a look into the Form component to handle data rendering and submission.
- [Narrator] To handle the request,…we simply add the following line of code.…Scroll a little bit.…Form, handleRequest,…and we have to pass the request object.…Once we handle the request, we can now ask the form…if we are sending data or not.…We'll do that with an if statement,…and inside the if statement we'll add form isSubmitted.…Let's also add the client's title,…so we don't run into any errors.…
So to the form that is being processed,…we'll just add, and we'll add title.…Now, let's move the client data to the initial form.…We have the client data.…We'll just movie this inside,…cutting, pasting inside the initial form.…This is when the form is not being sent.…Now let's add the submitted data to the form.…We'll do so by doing form data,…we get the form object, and we use the method getData.…
let's also add an empty form so we can populate it.…And now, let's add to the form,…the data that we are processing.…Form, data.…Remember this data variable is being sent to the view.…With the getData method,…we are expecting the data being sent though the arrays,…
- Installing Symfony
- Setting up the local environment
- Exploring the Symfony file structure
- Creating routes
- Sending parameters to a controller
- Using views
- Updating routes
- Creating templates with Twig
- Data modeling with Symfony
- Demo application deployment
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