Today, I created my first sample database using Symfony. In just a few steps I was able to have my db up and running. It was awesome!
First, I updated my db parameters in “parameters.yaml”. I was worried that this wouldn’t work because I’m using a Vagrant box (Laravel Homestead) and you don’t really see examples for this approach in the documentation. So, I just added theconfig items (db host, port, name, user, etc.) the same way I have them configured in Sequel Pro. It worked.
Here’s a sample parameters.yml:
parameters: database_host: 127.0.0.1 database_port: 33060 database_name: product_db database_user: homestead database_password: secret mailer_transport: smtp mailer_host: 127.0.0.1 mailer_user: null mailer_password: null secret: dcc9090991abc12aaaadbb787111cee
Next, I created an Entity class. Continue reading