This week, the development activity of Symfony slowed significantly due to the start of the Summer season in the northern hemisphere. This low activity period is the perfect moment to help the Symfony project by working on some pending issues, such as bugs, new features, and enhancements.
This week, after the successful launch of Symfony 2.3, the development activity focused on the upcoming Symfony 2.4 version. The most important change was the introduction of simpler customization options for the Security component. In addition, Symfony 2.3.1 was released to address some minor bugs.
Symfony 2.4 adds a new way to easily configure the Symfony Security features.
Learn more about how to easily upgrade your Symfony projects.
SymfonyCon Warsaw, December 10-14! Registration is already open, check it out!
What about translating the symfony.com website to your language?
Since the release of Symfony 2.0 almost two years ago, three new releases have been published: 2.1, 2.2, and recently 2.3. So, which version should you use?
The fourth edition of the deSymfony Conference, the biggest Spanish-speaking event related to Symfony, will be taking place on 21st-22nd June 2013. Around 400 Symfony developers from Spain, Italy and even America will attend to this two-day event that will hold more than 20 talks about our favorite framework.
Symfony Live Portland 2013 is over but see you next year!
Let's see what Symfony 2.3 brings in terms of new features and improvements.
This week, the development activity of Symfony slowed in preparation for the imminent Symfony 2.3 release. This will be the first long term support release of Symfony2 and the most important version published since the introduction of the new release process.