Documentation

A month of Symfony Documentation #1 (December 2014)

This is the first blog post of a new monthly series reviewing the main changes introduced in the official Symfony Documentation during the last month.

Introducing the Official Symfony Best Practices

Fabien Potencier, the leader of the Symfony project, introduced today a new initiative called "The Official Symfony Best Practices", a list of 31 techniques and recommendations for professional Symfony development.

Improving REST in Symfony

Building APIs with Symfony is not new, we have plenty libraries and bundles to write powerful REST APIs. However, it is not always easy to find out an up-to-date documentation or the right tool to integrate with Symfony. That's why a new working group has been created!

Upgrading your Symfony Projects the easy Way

Learn more about how to easily upgrade your Symfony projects.

Symfony2 Hacks Day: Nice People, Hard Work, Big Success!

Woh! Last Saturday we gathered on IRC for a full, focused day on the Symfony2 documentation. We didn't know how many of you would show up, but the response was *overwhelming*! In addition to getting a lot done, we all got to hang out, and there was a spirit of collaboration, fun and politeness that made me very proud of our community!

Symfony Docs Hack Day Needs You on March 30th

The first Symfony Documentation hack day is coming on Saturday, March 30th! And no matter who you are, we want you to help us take the documentation to the next level.

New in Symfony 2.2: More Documentation

The Symfony documentation has been improved a lot since Symfony 2.1.

Security: Access Control Documentation Issue

The Symfony documentation about access controls was wrong. Please read carefully to understand how access control rules really work.

Security Issue Management Improvements

The process for handling security issues has been improved.

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