The Symfony Console component is the second most popular Symfony component, with more than eight million downloads on Packagist.org so far. One of the main factors of its success is the amount of features that it provides to create advanced console commands. In Symfony 2.7 we went a step further and added support for defining advanced table layouts.
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This week, Symfony officially introduced its new installer. In addition, the String security utils were refactored and some nice performance improvements were applied to DomCrawler component and to the PHP container dumper. Lastly, the upcoming Symfony 3 version removed all the *.class container parameters, since they are no longer considered a good practice.
In 2011, we developed a revolutionary installation method for the Symfony 2.0 version which ultimately resulted in the creation of the Composer project. Throughout subsequent versions of Symfony, we leveraged Composer and pushed it to its limits. Having done so, it's time to introduce a new way to install Symfony: the Symfony Installer.
Jakub Zalas is the new lead for the DomCrawler Component.
This week Symfony released two new maintenance versions: 2.3.26 and 2.6.5. Meanwhile, Symfony 2.7 added a new command to encode passwords, added support for amqp in VarDumper component and improved ACL. Lastly, two new developers were appointed as Symfony Core members: Abdellatif AitBoudad and Christian Flothmann.
I'm pleased to announce the addition of Christian Flothmann as a new member of the Symfony Core Team.
I'm pleased to announce the addition of Abdellatif AitBoudad as a new member of the Symfony Core Team.
This week, the upcoming Symfony 2.7 version added the possibility of loading multiple YAML or XML files located in Resources/config/validation/ directory and moved loading resources into Translator initialization for performance reasons. In addition, Doctrine bridge introduced a feature to cache entity loader based on query builder.
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