In this video we take a quick walk through of the Contact Form application we will be building in the first part of this series.
Essentially it's a basic contract / support form which allows an end user of our web site to fill in their email address and message, and when they submit the form it will create and send an email off to our awaiting email inbox.
This application is initially very basic. Towards the end of this series we will have expanded further on this application to include a secure members area, where our users are loaded using Doctrine, and our form has pre-populated fields from our user data.
We won't be using any third party code in this series - and specifically not FOSUserBundle. It's key to understand how this all works without simply relying on bundles.
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|1||Walking Through The Initial App||01:01|
|3||Adding The Contact Form||04:25|
|4||Submitting Our Form and Sending An Email||05:10|
|5||Learning A Little More About Forms||05:34|
|6||A Different Way To Handle POST||03:55|
|7||One Quick Way To Style A Form||02:48|
|8||Creating A Members Only Support Form||04:29|
|9||Creating The Login Form||04:01|
|10||Configuration In Security.yml||04:30|
|12||Registration Form - Part 1||06:16|
|13||Registration Form - Part 2||07:02|
|14||Loading Users From The Database||05:10|
|15||Automatically Logging In When Registering||04:21|
|16||Restricting Routes To Only Logged In Users||02:56|
|17||The Fat Controller||07:00|
|18||Bonus - How To Show A Flash Message On Successful Login, or Failed Login Attempt||07:27|