How to Install Symfony on CentOS 8


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Installing Symfony on CentOS 8

Symfony is a popular PHP framework used for developing web applications. It follows the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern and provides a set of reusable components that help to build robust and scalable applications.

To install Symfony on CentOS 8, follow these steps:

$ sudo dnf update
$ sudo dnf install php php-xml php-mysqlnd php-json php-mbstring
$ sudo dnf install composer
$ composer create-project symfony/website-skeleton myproject

This will create a new Symfony project with the name "myproject".

$ sudo chown -R your_user:your_user myproject
$ cd myproject
$ symfony server:start

Now, you can access your Symfony application by visiting http://localhost:8000 in your browser.

  1. Update the system packages:
  2. Install PHP and necessary dependencies:
  3. Install Composer, which is a dependency manager for PHP:
  4. Create a new Symfony project:
  5. Change the ownership of the project directory to your user:
  6. Start the development server:

Congratulations! You have successfully installed Symfony on CentOS 8. Now you can start building your web application using Symfony's powerful features and components.

For more information and detailed documentation on Symfony, you can visit the official Symfony website: https://symfony.com/

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