Other approach about the implementation of DDD into Symfony application

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Other approach about the implementation of DDD into Symfony application

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There are quite a few libraries/projects/bundles in Github that implement DDD into Symfony ecosystem, but I'm not convinced the file/directory structure that they follow. In this repository, I try to expose my own implementation of Domain Driven Development into a Symfony application.

Furthermore, I would like that this repository becomes to the Symfony scaffold for my future projects with this framework, so improvements are welcome! :)

Getting Started

This repository is a Symfony application so, to run requires PHP, Composer and any database that project will be support (for the moment MySQL).

NOTE: parameters.yml's database_user and database_password must have the same values that MySQL configuration.

Install the project's dependencies:

$ composer install

Configure the web server to serve the /web directory of this project.

This project needs PHP 5.4 or higher to run so, you don't need to configure the web server, because you can use the Symfony command:

$ php app/console server:run

And that's all! Now, if you request, you will see your site up and running.


This project is completely tested by BDD methodology with PHPSpec:

$ bin/phpspec run -fpretty


This project follows some standards. If you want to collaborate, please ensure that your code fulfills these standards before any Pull Request.

$ bin/php-cs-fixer fix .
$ bin/php-cs-fixer fix . --config-file .phpspec_cs --fixers=-visibility

There is also a policy for contributing to this project. Pull requests must be explained step by step to make the review process easy in order to accept and merge them. New methods or code improvements must come paired with PHPSpec tests.

If you would like to contribute it is a good point to follow Symfony contribution standards, so please read the Contributing Code in the project documentation. If you are submitting a pull request, please follow the guidelines in the Submitting a Patch section and use the Pull Request Template.


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