This chapter describes the tools provided by symfony to facilitate client-side scripting:
<script>tags in symfony templates, to update a Document Object Model (DOM) element or trigger a script with a link.
- Ajax helpers allow the user to update some parts of a page by clicking a link, submitting a form, or modifying a form element.
- The many options of these helpers provide even greater flexibility and power, notably by the use of callback functions.
- Complex client-side interactions, combining all the aforementioned elements, are possible in symfony applications. Autocompletion, drag-and-drop, sortable lists, and editable text can all be implemented with a single line of PHP — a call to a symfony helper.