A week of symfony

A week of symfony #395 (21->27 July 2014)

This week Symfony increased its development activity significantly. The most important change was the introduction of SSI support. In addition, a memory leak was fixed in ValidatorBuilder and object initializers were fixed for the 2.5 version of the Validator.

A week of symfony #394 (14->20 July 2014)

This week Symfony published three security releases to address a potential code injection issue in the way Symfony implements translation caching in FrameworkBundle. In addition, it fixed object initializers for Validator component and it removed spaceless blocks from Twig templates.

A week of symfony #393 (7->13 July 2014)

This week Symfony project published the 2.3.17, 2.4.7 and 2.5.1 maintenance versions. In addition, the first edition of the SymfonyLive New York conference was announced. Lastly, a new initiative to improve REST in Symfony was announced.

A week of symfony #392 (30 June -> 06 July 2014)

This week the Symfony project organized the first online Symfony Community Hack Day, which resulted in a resounding success. In addition, Christophe Coevoet was appointed as a new Symfony core member.

A week of symfony #391 (23->29 June 2014)

This week Symfony simplified the configuration when defining controllers as services that implement the __invoke() method and refactored the CssSelector to remove the circular object graph in order to enable the garbage collector and to reduce the memory consumption. Lastly, stay tuned next week for the first DX Community Hackday scheduled for July 5th.

A week of symfony #390 (16->22 June 2014)

What a week for the Symfony project! First, the long-awaited redesign of symfony.com website was unveiled. Then, the dates and first details of SymfonyCon 2014 conference were announced. Lastly, the DX (Developer eXperience) initiative was introduced to improve the experience of using Symfony and a community hack day was announced for July 5th.

A week of symfony #389 (09->15 June 2014)

This week, Symfony added a new Process Helper to output debug information when running an external program from a command. Meanwhile, Swiftmailer 5.2.1 was released to address a potential security vulnerability.

A week of symfony #388 (2->8 June 2014)

This week, Symfony master branch added some cool new features, such as: a new way to match a specific scheme in RequestMatcher, added support for Yaml object maps and added a new acl:set command.

A week of symfony #387 (26 May -> 01 June 2014)

This week, Symfony 2.5.0 version was released. This new version introduces new features and tweaks across all Symfony components and it's one of the most polished versions released so far.

A week of symfony #386 (19->25 May 2014)

This week, Symfony repository created the brand new 2.5 branch in preparation for the imminent publication of Symfony 2.5. In addition, Symfony 2.3.15 and Symfony 2.4.5 maintenance versions were released.

A week of symfony #385 (12->18 May 2014)

This week Symfony implemented session locking for PDO, and removed absolute paths from the generated service container. In addition, forms added step attribute to HTML5 time widgets to display seconds if needed and the handling of boolean attributes was fixed for ChoiceFormField.

A week of symfony #384 (05->11 May 2014)

This week Symfony continued polishing its code for the imminent Symfony 2.5 release. The DebugClassLoader performance was improved, the translation file dumpers added an optional backup and new IDE links were added to improve your productivity as developer.

A week of symfony #383 (28 April -> 04 May 2014)

This week, the second beta of Symfony 2.5 version was released to fix some bugs discovered since the first beta. In addition, the Symfony repository activity was frantic and tens of issues were resolved or closed.

A week of symfony #382 (21->27 April 2014)

This week, Symfony 2.3.13 and 2.4.4 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, the stabilization phase of the upcoming Symfony 2.5 version continued with some tweaks and bug fixes. Lastly, Symfony 2.3 and higher versions added the @Target annotation to all constraints in order to indicate the kind of elements to which each constraint is applicable.

A week of symfony #381 (14->20 April 2014)

This week, Symfony project focused on fixing code inconsistencies, such as unifying the way null values are returned, removing unsupported arguments and making the phpdoc types consistent with those defined in Hack. Meanwhile, Swiftmailer started its big refactorization removing the Simpletest library and switching all its unit tests to PHPUnit.

A week of symfony #380 (07->13 April 2014)

This week, the most relevant news about Symfony project was the re-introduction of the Symfony Core Team, which could boost the Symfony development. In addition, the first beta of Symfony 2.5 was released, fixing important issues such as the database session storage for high-concurrency websites.