The range form element is now available in Symfony 2.8. The range element is part of the HTML5 specification. In modern browsers, the range element is rendered as a slider. You can use it like this. $builder->add(‘volume’, ‘Symfony\Component\Form\Extension\Core\Type\RangeType’, [ ‘attr’ => [‘min’ => 0, ‘max’ => 11] ]); These go to eleven.
So if you go to Google Fonts and pick a couple of funky fonts for your next super funky web app, you might get something that looks like this from Google. <link href=’http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=PT+Sans|Anton’ rel=’stylesheet’ type=’text/css’ /> That’s what Google tells you to use in your markup to access those fonts. It technically works, but if … Google Fonts Generates Invalid HTML
Until HTML5 came along, storing data on the client side was always a total hack. Now it is remarkably easy and it works consistently across all modern browsers. I’ll demonstrate how to do it by creating a dummy application for saving user preferences. I wrote this demo app as a Symfony bundle. You can download … Tutorial: HTML5 Local Storage