Capifony, The Cool Capistrano Recipes For Symfony ApplicationsZürich, Switzerland
Capistrano is just fantastic! It’s a framework to run commands over SSH, so that you just have to configure the process to deploy your application once, and it will work on all servers.
As a framework, Capistrano is extensible. You can write your own recipes to avoid duplicating things. That’s what I did for a long time for my symfony 1.x projects.
It works fine, and I never had any issues with this recipe. But for my Symfony2 applications, I didn’t write anything, not because I’m lazy, but just because there is a wonderful project called capifony.
capifony is a set of recipes for both symfony 1.x, and Symfony2 applications. This project has been created by my friend @everzet, and sponsored by KnpLabs.
This week, I’m really proud to announce that Konstantin gave me the keys of this project, so that I can maintain, and improve it. I released capifony 2.1.7 yesterday with a bunch of fixes, but also with new features. In the next weeks, I will work on the documentation.
The project is hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/everzet/capifony, with both the code, and the documentation. As usual, feel free to contribute. To ease contributions on the documentation, I’ve added the nice “Fork & Edit” feature:
So, don’t hesitate to contribute, or to report issues. Your feedback is precious, really!