This week, another symfony event was announced and the videos of the last symfony conference were published. In addition, dependency injection component and lime 2.0 tool were updated.
It is with great pleasure that I announce a new symfony event: symfony Day Cologne. symfony Day will be the first symfony conference in Germany. On september 4th 2009, symfony fans from Europe and beyond are invited to come visit the beautiful city of Cologne for excellent speakers, great discussions and an awesome party.
This week, the symfony reference guide was published, adding yet another useful resource to the vast symfony library. Meanwhile, 15 new plugins were introduced and symfony 1.2.8 version was released.
The symfony Reference Guide book is now available. read it online or buy the printed version.
If you have not done so already, you still have two days to choose symfony as a winner for the 2009 SourceForge.net Community Choice Awards.
Symfony project showed an incredible activity during this week: more than 220 changesets commited, 42 bugs fixed, 1.1.8 and 1.1.9 versions released, tons of fixes and improvements for Doctrine plugin and tens of documentation fixes and edits. Moreover, symfony project maturity achieved another milestone with its 20,000th changeset.
Last week, the NetBeans team announced that the next version of their IDE (6.8) will have native support for symfony!
Symfony components expanded this week with the addition of the dependency injection container and the event dispatcher. Meanwhile, lime testing tool was heavily updated and its 2.0 experimental branch was created.
The main idea of this event is to let people contribute back something to symfony that only takes a few minutes a day.