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Archives for 11/2007


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symfony 1.0.9 is out
by Grégoire Hubert – November 29, 2007

Hi folks ! The release 1.0.9 is out today. We strongly advise you to upgrade to this version if you plan to use symfony with PHP 5.2.5.


Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #47 (19->25 november 2007)
by Javier Eguiluz – November 25, 2007

Symfony has completed the last piece of the new form mechanism so the release of the 1.1 version could be inminent.


Fabien Potencier
Welcome to symfony-project.org
by Fabien Potencier – November 19, 2007

symfony-project.com has moved to symfony-project.org


Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #46 (12->18 november 2007)
by Javier Eguiluz – November 18, 2007

Great week for symfony: inminent symfony 1.1 relase, 6000th changeset milestone, new symfony planet feed with all the blog feeds related with symfony and new Fabien Potencier blog (powered with symfony 1.1)


Fabien Potencier
The new form framework is almost there...
by Fabien Potencier – November 18, 2007

The new form framework will be committed soon... In the meantime, you can have some information by reading my IPC 2007 presentation I gave 2 weeks ago in Frankfurt.


Fabien Potencier
symfony case studies
by Fabien Potencier – November 13, 2007

symfony case studies


Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #45 (5->11 november 2007)
by Javier Eguiluz – November 11, 2007

Symfony 1.1 still keeps some surprises before its launch, like form widgets and revamped form validation mechanism. Meanwhile, symfony developers are more and more desired with job offers blooming all around the world.


Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #44 (29 October -> 4 November 2007)
by Javier Eguiluz – November 04, 2007

After several calm weeks, symfony development returns to its normal pace with updates and lots of bugfixes. Meanwhile, plugins maintain their furious development activity.