Adding a real dynamic router in Symfony through a Bundle is unfortunately not that easy to achieve.
Beside the magic in the CMF RouterBundle you could use your classic config files (which is not dynamic)
or a Route Loader which has
some drawbacks (result is always internally cached) and isn't really dynamic either.
imagepng function and its performance have a very interesting fact.
When you think compression in
comes with a quality-loss or you should always choose one of the highest compression
then you'll get now new information.
While I was thinking about a system for my new blog I thought I should use just Jekyll.
Jekyll is pretty cool, but doesn't have really much helper utils to get common tasks done well and fast.
So since I don't want to for example 'hardcode' my navigation list in HTML directly (although I could :-P)
I worked out an alternative, configurable way.