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Archives for 04/2011


Fabien Potencier
Symfony2: Beta1 available!
by Fabien Potencier – April 29, 2011

All features of Symfony 2.0 are now available. That means that we can finally enter the long-awaited beta/RC release cycle that will eventually lead to the release of the shiny 2.0 version.


Fabien Potencier
Symfony2: Getting easier
by Fabien Potencier – April 27, 2011

With the release of the first beta approaching fast, our main focus has switched from adding new features to polishing existing ones.


Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #225 (18->24 April 2011)
by Javier Eguiluz – April 26, 2011

Symfony2 development focused this week on the new Form/Validation components. Firstly, the 'form' branch was merged, modifying nearly 300 files and 25,000 lines of code. Afterwards, tens of changes and tweaks were committed to make the forms more extendable and easier to use. In addition, Symfony2 PR12 was released and the first beta version was announced for the next week.


Fabien Potencier
Symfony2 PR12 released
by Fabien Potencier – April 19, 2011

We have just released Symfony2 PR12.


Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #224 (11->17 April 2011)
by Javier Eguiluz – April 18, 2011

This week, the new Symfony2 forms were declared in beta state and functional tests added support for cookies and sessions. Meanwhile, Symfony2-based micro-framework Silex gained form and swiftmailer support and could even include a small admin generator. Lastly, symfony community started a campaign to ask NetBeans IDE to add support for Symfony2.


Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #222 (28 March -> 3 April 2011)
by Javier Eguiluz – April 04, 2011

This week, the Symfony2 codebase was heavily updated to use shorter bundle names, removing the 'Bundle' suffix. However, in the last IRC meeting it was decided to revert that decision, after a lengthy discussion in the mailing list.