Archives for 09/2010
A week of symfony #195 (20->26 September 2010)
– September 26, 2010
This week, the activity of the symfony developers' mailing list soared with lots of interesting discussions. Among many other topics, developers discussed about Symfony2 default template engine (PHP or Twig) and the default configuration format (PHP, XML or YAML). Remember that this mailing list is the best place to get the latest news from Symfony2 and to influence its future development.
symfony 1.3.8 and 1.4.8
– September 24, 2010
This is a small release that fixes a regression in the web debug toolbar.
symfony 1.3.7 & 1.4.7
– September 22, 2010
The symfony team is happy to announce the immediate availability of symfony versions 1.3.7 and 1.4.7. These releases include a number of bug fixes as well as a Doctrine update and updates to some translations files. Read on for the details.
A week of symfony #194 (13->19 September 2010)
– September 19, 2010
Symfony2 PR3 was published this week, paving the way for the soon to be released Symfony2 alpha version. Meanwhile, Symfony\Framework namespace was deleted and its code was moved to Symfony\Component\HttpKernel and Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle.
Symfony2 PR3 released; the need for help
– September 13, 2010
Today, I'm happy to announce the immediate availability of Symfony2 PR3.
A week of symfony #193 (6->12 September 2010)
– September 12, 2010
Annotations shined this week: Symfony2 routing component added an annotation loader, a new experimental FrameworkExtraBundle was released to support annotations for controllers and development mailing-list hosted a discussion about defining services with annotations. Unfortunately, this week we also found out that Symfony2 will probably delay its launch date until the next Symfony Live Conference (3-5 March 2011).
Spanish Symfony Conference 2010
– September 11, 2010
The first Spanish Symfony Conference took place on July 5 and 6 at the Jaume I University of Castellón, Spain. Symfony is the most popular PHP framework in every Spanish-speaking country, but this was the first opportunity for the community to gather around their favorite framework.
A week of symfony #192 (30 August -> 5 September 2010)
– September 05, 2010
Symfony2 introduced this week its new Web Profiler Bundle. The Symfony Profiler augments the web debug toolbar and provides the most detailed debug information available in any framework.