A week of symfony

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.

A week of symfony #379 (31 March -> 06 April 2014)

This week, Symfony 2.3.12 and 2.4.3 maintenance versions were published, both featuring tens of bug fixes and tweaks. In addition, the Validator component introduced a new NodeTraverser implementation and a new Debug component was proposed for Symfony.

A week of symfony #378 (24->30 March 2014)

This week, the Symfony development activity was frantic: the performance of the service container was improved, max_length and pattern options were deprecated in the Form component, a new UUID validator was added and a new twig:debug command was introduced to list all Twig functions, filters and global variables. Lastly, the addition of a much stricter email validator closed one of the longest running pull requests in Symfony history.

A week of symfony #377 (17->23 March 2014)

This week, Symfony added a new debug PHP extension to improve the Debug Symfony component. In addition, it enhanced the display of logs for the web profiler and added a standalone and PSR-3 compliant logger to the Console component.

A week of symfony #376 (10->16 March 2014)

This week, the Process component focused most of the development activity for the Symfony 2.3 branch. Meanwhile, the Form component improved the getErrors() method and firewalls added the feature of matching requests based on HTTP methods. In addition, Silex added support for the PATCH method and Twig fixed the recursive block calling for inherited templates.

A week of symfony #375 (03->09 March 2014)

This week the Console component greatly improved the ProgressBar helper and the ClassLoader component added a PSR-4 compatible class loader. Meanwhile, the refactorization of HttpKernel component started with the extraction of the profiler to a new component. In addition, the internal web server added support for HHVM.

A week of symfony #374 (24 February -> 2 March 2014)

This week, the Symfony Yaml component greatly improved its performance, thanks to its use in the Drupal 8 installer. In addition a new and advanced ProgressBar was proposed for the Console component.

A week of symfony #373 (17->23 February 2014)

This week, the upcoming Symfony 2.5 version added the possibility to configure new request formats and a new config:dump command to display the current configuration of any container extension. In addition, the Symfony Live London 2014 conference was announced for 25th and 26th of September and the call for papers period was opened.

A week of symfony #372 (10->16 February 2014)

This week, Symfony 2.3.10 and Symfony 2.4.2 maintainance versions were released. Meanwhile, a new form theme was proposed to integrate the ubiquitous Twitter Bootstrap framework into the Symfony forms.

A week of symfony #371 (3->9 February 2014)

This week, the StopWatch component improved the way the event duration is calculated and allowed to get the duration without stopping events. Meanwhile, the code of TraceableEventDispatcher was greatly simplified and new features were proposed for the Console component: adding a PSR-3 logger and adding labels to progress bars.

A week of symfony #370 (27 January -> 2 February 2014)

This week, the Symfony translation component improved the loader for INI files and a new config:debug command was proposed for Symfony 2.5 to dump the current configuration. Meanwhile, Silex improved the form CSRF extension when the translator service is available and Twig improved a test about how to access attributes for XML variables.

A week of symfony #369 (20->26 January 2014)

This week, Symfony project completed most of its translations, as the result of a community initiative to improve Symfony internationalization. In addition, several improvements were proposed for Symfony 2.5, such as displaying DIC info on the web debug toolbar and integrating PsySH in dev environment.

A week of symfony #368 (13->19 January 2014)

This week, the upcoming Symfony 2.5 version deprecated the Apache router, the form debugger added a new storage and the security component added support for named password encoders. In addition, Symfony Live Paris 2014, the first official Symfony conference of this year, was announced for the 7th and 8th of April.

A week of symfony #367 (6->12 January 2014)

This week, Symfony2 master branch added the ability to change encoding options for JsonResponse, improved the way form errors are handled, and allowed the Console component to set a different default command. In addition, the Symfony repository surpassed the 10,000th issue + pull request milestone. Lastly, Bernhard Schussek started drafting the new Symfony backwards compatibility promise, which sets the foundations for the strict Symfony 2.x policy regarding BC.

A week of symfony #366 (30 December 2013 -> 5 January 2014)

This week, Symfony 2.3.9 and 2.4.1 maintenance versions were published. Meanwhile, the form debugger was greatly improved, the Twig commands were decoupled from the framework and the Finder component added GLOB_BRACE support.

A week of symfony #365 (23->29 December 2013)

This week, Symfony development activity focused on minor fixes and improvements, Twig continued working on HHVM compatibility and Silex allowed to use strings instead of constants for Monolog logging levels. Meanwhile, a lot of new discussions and proposals were initiated at the repository, such as simplifying the addition of request formats, improving the form debugger and decoupling Twig commands from Symfony.