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Itransformer.es

Itransformer.es is an online free application made for image processing and transforming. The application lets you to apply several kind of basic transformations, filters and effects.

Starting date

17-05.2013

Contributing

If you want to contribute just push your commits. I'll be grateful.

License

All of Itransformer.es's original code is licensed under the GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE, for details see LICENSE. Some third party libraries are licensed under other, compatible open source libraries. Licensing information is included in those files.

Howto install

The following are instructions working on Apache2 systems.

1. Download the Itransformer.es sources to your computer. Using Git:

git clone https://msalsas@github.com/msalsas/itransformer.git

2. Cd to where you have your sources using your terminal/command line.

cd itransformer

3. Create the upload directory "usuarios" and give Apache group permissions:

mkdir usuarios
sudo chown root:www-data usuarios/
sudo chmod 0775 usuarios/

4. Copy the parameters.dist.yml file into parameters.yml and add your database password.

cp app/config/parameters.dist.yml app/config/parameters.yml
vi app/config/parameters.yml

parameters:  
 database_driver: pdo_mysql 
 database_host: localhost    
 database_port: null
 database_name: itransformer
 database_user: root
 database_password: your password

5. Install the third party bundles with composer.

sudo php composer.phar update

6. Add Apache user permissions to app/cache and app/logs directories.

sudo setfacl -R -m u:www-data:rwx -m u:root:rwx app/cache app/logs

7. Create the database with Doctrine.

sudo php app/console doctrine:database:create

8. Set a host name in /etc/hosts. For instance:

sudo vi /etc/hosts

and add this line:

127.0.1.1       itransformer

9. Add the site configuration file at /etc/apache2/sites-avaiable/itransformer.conf


<VirtualHost *:80>
ErrorDocument 403 /errores/error403.html.twig
ErrorDocument 404 /errores/error404.html.twig

# The ServerName directive sets the request scheme, hostname and port that
# the server uses to identify itself. This is used when creating
# redirection URLs. In the context of virtual hosts, the ServerName
# specifies what hostname must appear in the request's Host: header to
# match this virtual host. For the default virtual host (this file) this
# value is not decisive as it is used as a last resort host regardless.
# However, you must set it for any further virtual host explicitly.
#ServerName www.example.com

ServerName itransformer
ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost
DocumentRoot /yourApacheRootDir/itransformer/web
<Directory /yourApacheRootDir/itransformer/web>
	<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
		RewriteEngine On
		RewriteBase /
		
		RewriteRule ^index.php$ / [R=301,L]
		
		RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.(.*)$ [NC]
		RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://%1/$1 [R=301,L]

		RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
		RewriteRule ^(.*)$ app.php [QSA,L]

	</IfModule>

	<IfModule mod_expires.c>

		ExpiresActive On
		ExpiresDefault "access plus 1 seconds"
		ExpiresByType text/html "access plus 1 seconds"
		ExpiresByType text/css "access plus 2 weeks"
		ExpiresByType text/javascript "access plus 2 weeks"
		ExpiresByType application/x-javascript "access plus 2 weeks"
		ExpiresByType image/* "access plus 2 weeks"

	</IfModule>

	AllowOverride none
	
</Directory>

</VirtualHost>

10. Enable your site and needed modes.

sudo a2ensite itransformer.conf
sudo a2enmod rewrite expires
sudo service apache2 reload

11. And that's all. Search for itransformer/app_dev.php in the URL bar to view in development mode. To view in production mode just search for itransformer.

Symfony's README

Symfony Standard Edition

Welcome to the Symfony Standard Edition - a fully-functional Symfony2 application that you can use as the skeleton for your new applications.

This document contains information on how to download, install, and start using Symfony. For a more detailed explanation, see the [Installation][1] chapter of the Symfony Documentation.

1) Installing the Standard Edition

When it comes to installing the Symfony Standard Edition, you have the following options.

Use Composer (recommended)

As Symfony uses [Composer][2] to manage its dependencies, the recommended way to create a new project is to use it.

If you don't have Composer yet, download it following the instructions on http://getcomposer.org/ or just run the following command:

curl -s https://getcomposer.org/installer | php

Then, use the create-project command to generate a new Symfony application:

php composer.phar create-project symfony/framework-standard-edition path/to/install 2.1.x-dev

For an exact version, replace 2.1.x-dev with the latest Symfony version (e.g. 2.1.1).

Composer will install Symfony and all its dependencies under the path/to/install directory.

Download an Archive File

To quickly test Symfony, you can also download an [archive][3] of the Standard Edition and unpack it somewhere under your web server root directory.

If you downloaded an archive "without vendors", you also need to install all the necessary dependencies. Download composer (see above) and run the following command:

php composer.phar install

2) Checking your System Configuration

Before starting coding, make sure that your local system is properly configured for Symfony.

Execute the check.php script from the command line:

php app/check.php

Access the config.php script from a browser:

http://localhost/path/to/symfony/app/web/config.php

If you get any warnings or recommendations, fix them before moving on.

3) Browsing the Demo Application

Congratulations! You're now ready to use Symfony.

From the config.php page, click the "Bypass configuration and go to the Welcome page" link to load up your first Symfony page.

You can also use a web-based configurator by clicking on the "Configure your Symfony Application online" link of the config.php page.

To see a real-live Symfony page in action, access the following page:

web/app_dev.php/demo/hello/Fabien

4) Getting started with Symfony

This distribution is meant to be the starting point for your Symfony applications, but it also contains some sample code that you can learn from and play with.

A great way to start learning Symfony is via the [Quick Tour][4], which will take you through all the basic features of Symfony2.

Once you're feeling good, you can move onto reading the official [Symfony2 book][5].

A default bundle, AcmeDemoBundle, shows you Symfony2 in action. After playing with it, you can remove it by following these steps:

* delete the src/Acme directory;

* remove the routing entries referencing AcmeBundle in

`app/config/routing_dev.yml`;

* remove the AcmeBundle from the registered bundles in app/AppKernel.php;

* remove the web/bundles/acmedemo directory;

* remove the security.providers, security.firewalls.login and

`security.firewalls.secured_area` entries in the `security.yml` file or
tweak the security configuration to fit your needs.

What's inside?

The Symfony Standard Edition is configured with the following defaults:

* Twig is the only configured template engine;

* Doctrine ORM/DBAL is configured;

* Swiftmailer is configured;

* Annotations for everything are enabled.

It comes pre-configured with the following bundles:

FrameworkBundle* - The core Symfony framework bundle

[SensioFrameworkExtraBundle*][6] - Adds several enhancements, including

template and routing annotation capability

[DoctrineBundle*][7] - Adds support for the Doctrine ORM

[TwigBundle*][8] - Adds support for the Twig templating engine

[SecurityBundle*][9] - Adds security by integrating Symfony's security

component

[SwiftmailerBundle*][10] - Adds support for Swiftmailer, a library for

sending emails

[MonologBundle*][11] - Adds support for Monolog, a logging library

[AsseticBundle*][12] - Adds support for Assetic, an asset processing

library

[JMSSecurityExtraBundle*][13] - Allows security to be added via

annotations

[JMSDiExtraBundle*][14] - Adds more powerful dependency injection

features

WebProfilerBundle* (in dev/test env) - Adds profiling functionality and

the web debug toolbar

SensioDistributionBundle* (in dev/test env) - Adds functionality for

configuring and working with Symfony distributions

[SensioGeneratorBundle*]15 - Adds code generation

capabilities

AcmeDemoBundle* (in dev/test env) - A demo bundle with some example

code

Enjoy!

[1]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/book/installation.html [2]: http://getcomposer.org/ [3]: http://symfony.com/download [4]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/quick_tour/the_big_picture.html [5]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/index.html [6]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/bundles/SensioFrameworkExtraBundle/index.html [7]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/book/doctrine.html [8]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/book/templating.html [9]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/book/security.html [10]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/cookbook/email.html [11]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/cookbook/logging/monolog.html [12]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/cookbook/assetic/asset_management.html [13]: http://jmsyst.com/bundles/JMSSecurityExtraBundle/master [14]: http://jmsyst.com/bundles/JMSDiExtraBundle/master [15]: http://symfony.com/doc/2.1/bundles/SensioGeneratorBundle/index.html

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