Today we're glad to officially introduce the Symfony Demo application, a fully-functional Symfony application developed as a learning resource.
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This week, Symfony continued polishing the upcoming 2.7 version release with some bug fixes and minor tweaks. Meanwhile, we continued publishing articles about the great new features of Symfony 2.7: improved serializer, a new Twig profiler, minor security improvements and the new Asset component. Lastly, the SymfonyCon Paris 2015 conference announced its definitive venue and dates (3-5 December).
In addition to high impact changes and big features, the new Symfony versions always add tweaks and minor improvements across its codebase. In this article you'll learn about three small security-related changes that will improve your day-to-day productivity as developer.
Save the date for SymfonyCon Paris 2015: December 3-5! Early bird tickets are on sale and limited to the first 100 attendees, register now to enjoy the early bird! Call for Papers is open until June 30th, send your talk proposals now!
In Symfony project we believe that all the information relevant to developers should be one click away. That's why in Symfony 2.7 we've added a new panel with Twig information in the web debug toolbar.
In Symfony 2.7, the Symfony Serializer component has been greatly improved with lots of new features. This article introduces the most important ones.
With Symfony 2.7 feature freeze at the end of this month, lots of documentation about new features were merged. Besides this, the doc team focussed on fixing some issues and following the best practices.
This week, during the Symfony Live Paris 2015 conference, a new transition Symfony 2.8 version was announced. Meanwhile, the first beta of Symfony 2.7 was released, including more than 100 new features and enhancements. Lastly, the most significant change in the Symfony 2.7 branch was the adoption of the PSR-4 standard instead of PSR-0.
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