Vincent Faliès - Artisan Codeur

In development, when you updates records in database through a form, it's very interesting to known what have changed and what have not changed.

If you use Doctrine with entities, these informations are easily to determined. For instance with an user entity :

        $uow = $this->em->getUnitO...

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The database classicaly used with Symfony 4 is MySQL / MariaDB throught Doctrine project. However, some projects need a NoSQL database like MongoDB in replacement of the relational database. It's not a reason to not develop them with Symfony 4 !

The DoctrineMongoDBBundle is a project that allows...

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