This patch addresses a security vulnerability in the view cache that was introduced with symfony 1.3 and 1.4.
Archives for June 2010
The Symfony2 Online Conference gathered this week hundreds of symfony developers. The introduction of a brand new form framework and its validation component was the first big announcement of the conference. In addition, Symfony2 unveiled its killer feature, a built-in HTTP accelerator that greatly improves the performance of Symfony2 applications. Lastly, the 30,000th changeset of symfony 1.x branch repository was committed this week.
The slides are now available.
Talk about Symfony2, not Symfony 2... notice the lack of space between Symfony and 2. Read why this matters a lot.
Profiler bundle was the most updated component of Symfony 2 during this week. Meanwhile, lots of symfony developers are still intrigued by the mysterious killer feature of Symfony 2, which will be unveiled at the State of Symfony 2 online conference. Remember that you can still register for the conference and you can also attend or organize a conference hub.
One of the problems we've been hearing about with the symfony plugin system was the fact that it was hard to see if there was still active development being done on a plugin. There was no easy way until now for developers to communicate to users that a plugin has been deprecated. This is now changed: Plugins can now be deprecated.
Symfony 2 development was focused this week on its bundles, mostly WebBundle (it added the init:application command), TwigBundle (synced with the latest updates of Twig) and PropelBundle. Meanwhile, symfony community continued prepping conference hubs for the upcoming Symfony 2 online conference.
You might already know about the "State of Symfony 2" online conference that will take place on June 22nd and 23rd. To make this an even more vibrant experience, we came up with the concept of conference hubs.
June 1, 2010 was a day for PHP developers in Japan to have one big step on Symfony community support. Symfony Japan has been established to provide technical information for Japanese Symfony developers.
This week, the symfony community announced three new symfony conferences. Jornadas symfony in Spain and Symfony Camp in Ukraine will be both held on July. Moreover, it was announced the first online conference about symfony, which will detail the current state of Symfony 2 and will unveil its real killer feature.
Symfony is popular all over the world and Ukraine is no exception. One of the signs of the popularity of symfony is the Symfony Camp event that is taking place in Kiev on July 3 2010. A big variety of topics are covered by speakers from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus.