Archives for April 2012

Symfony 2.0.13 released

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A week of symfony #278 (23->29 April 2012)

This week, development activity focused on Form component, with lots of fixes and tweaks. Meanwhile, an intense debate about Symfony 2.1 release started on the mailing list. In addition, the full schedule for Symfony Live Paris 2012 was announced.

A week of symfony #277 (16->22 April 2012)

This week Symfony 2.1 introduced its shiny new web debug toolbar. In addition, the second bug-hunt day took place, resulting in tens of bug fixes and surpassing another remarkable milestone: more than 4,000 issues in the official repository.

Towards Symfony 2.1: The new Web Debug Toolbar

Today, I've merged the new web debug toolbar for Symfony 2.1.

A week of symfony #276 (9->15 April 2012)

This week, the schedule of the next Symfony Live Paris 2012 conference was announced. In addition, the documentation section was revamped with downloadable PDFs and the first of the two planned bug hunt days took place.

Documentation: Some nice improvements

We have made some nice improvements to the documentation section of symfony.com.

Symfony Live Paris 2012: The Schedule

Discover the great schedule we have put together for Symfony Live Paris 2012.

Towards Symfony 2.1: Bug hunt days

Join us for the Symfony 2.1 bung hunt days.

A week of symfony #275 (2->8 April 2012)

This week, a new Symfony bug hunt day was announced in preparation for the upcoming launch of Symfony 2.1. In addition, Form component received a lot of tweaks and fixes and a new linter was introduced for Twig templates.

Advertize your Symfony user group meetups and events

As of today, you can easily advertize your user group meetups and events on symfony.com.

A week of symfony #274 (26 March -> 1 April 2012)

This week Symfony 2.1 added a built-in web server when used with PHP 5.4. In addition, it started to make components and bridges self-contained by moving unit tests to their own src/ directories. Lastly, another big PHP project started using Symfony components, after the integration of EventDispatcher in phpBB 3.1.

Introducing a new Review Tool for the Symfony ecosystem

Introducing a new Review Tool for the Symfony ecosystem.