Symfony 2.4 adds some useful options to the image validator.
Archives for October 2013
Symfony 2.4 adds the possibility to flush stdout and stderr on a Process.
Symfony 2.4 adds the referer in the exception message when a resource is not found.
This week, the Symfony Content Management Framework project released its first stable version. In addition, a new discussion was initiated about how to dynamically load code in Symfony2. This feature would allow to install/download bundles in Symfony2 applications and enable them automatically.
Symfony 2.4 adds HTTP Status Codes in the Response class.
Symfony 2.4 allows you to test invalid choice form fields with DomCrawler.
The config:dump-reference command now supports XML as an output format.
The Symfony Content Management Framework has released its first stable version.
Symfony 2.4 can generate XML and JSON outputs for some debug commands.
This week, four Symfony2 security releases were published to address a potential DOS attack related to the security component. In addition, the first beta of Symfony 2.4.0 was released, containing more than 1,000 new commits and a lot of great new features, while maintaining backwards compatibility with Symfony 2.3.
Symfony Live Berlin 2013
Symfony 2.0.25, 2.1.13, 2.2.9, and 2.3.6 have just been released; they contain a security fix for the Security component (CVE-2013-5958).
Symfony 2.4 improves filtering XML documents with the new DomCrawler auto-discovering of namespaces.
Symfony 2.4 comes with a better callback constraint.
Symfony 2.4 comes with many nice improvements for the Console component.
This week, the development phase of Symfony 2.4 finished with a ton of new features committed to the Symfony repository, such as a way to override the Request class, the routing/container descriptors, the refactor of the sessions to avoid writing the session at each request and the possibility to register Commands via the DIC. In addition, it was announced that the Symfony Certification exam can now be taken in nearly 4,000 test centers across the world.
Lately, we've been busy improving the Symfony website.