Archives for October 2012

Symfony 2.1.3 released

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A week of symfony #304 (22->28 October 2012)

This week Symfony 2.0.18 was released to fix some minor issues and to update some important dependencies. Meanwhile, the master branch added a new SecureRandom generator. In addition, the Symfony CMF project showed some important progress.

Symfony CMF progress

The Symfony CMF team is hard at work to provide a first stable release in early 2013, likely around the same time as the 2.2 release of Symfony itself

Symfony 2.0.18 released

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symfony 1.x documentation

The symfony 1.x documentation is now hosted on symfony.com.

A week of symfony #303 (15->21 October 2012)

This week, Symfony2 master branch eased the service container debugging and simplified the routing matcher and dumper. Meanwhile, Symfony 2.1 introduced some changes to be forward compatible with the upcoming Twig 2.x. In adition, the videos of the last Symfony Live San Francisco 2012 were published.

Let's end this year with a blast!

To round up a wonderful year of Symfony Live conferences in Paris, London, and San Francisco, we're going to bring our tour to an end in Berlin. Symfony Live Berlin is going to take place this November on the 22nd and 23rd.

Symfony Live San Francisco 2012: Videos are online

Videos for the Symfony Live San Francisco 2012 conference are now online.

A week of symfony #302 (8->14 October 2012)

This week, symfony 1.4.19 maintainance version was released, and Symfony2 added a new PBKDF2 Password encoder and started refactoring the WebProfilerBundle to make it useable outside the full-stack framework. However, the biggest news of the week was the publication of the Symfony Live 2012 videos, more than 15 hours of Symfony and PHP sessions.

Symfony Live Paris 2012: The videos are online

Discover more than 15 hours of videos from SymfonyLive Paris 2012.

symfony 1.4.19 released

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A new Release Process for Symfony

Symfony now manages its releases through a time-based model.

A week of symfony #301 (1->7 October 2012)

This week, Symfony 2.2 version added support for Twig namespaces, which allows to use native Twig template names and therefore it improves performance. In addition, the routing component also improved its matching performance by almost 20% in some cases.