Living on the edge

New in Symfony 2.6: Smarter assets:install command

Starting from Symfony 2.6, the behavior of the assets:install command will be smarter. Now, when your system doesn't support symbolic links or if there is any other problem, the command will silently fall back to make a hard copy of the assets and it will inform you about this.

Symfony 2.6 fast approaching its stabilization phase

We are a few days from the end of Symfony 2.6 development phase. Therefore, this is our last chance to finish all the pending pull requests in time for Symfony 2.6.

New in Symfony 2.6: The security:check command

Symfony 2.6 will include a new security:check command, which looks for known security vulnerabilities in your project's dependencies.

New in Symfony 2.6: Added support for XLIFF notes

Symfony 2.6 adds support for embedding notes in XLIFF files. This will allow to include contextual information to improve translations.

New in Symfony 2.6: Slicing nodes with DomCrawler

Symfony 2.6 adds the slice() method to DomCrawler component to make node filtering much more simplified and cleaner.

New in Symfony 2.6: The acl:set command

Symfony ACL allows to manage user permissions to suit the most complex security needs. The major drawback of ACL is that the code required to deal with permissions is too verbose. To help you manage and debug ACL, Symfony 2.6 will introduce a new command called acl:set.

New in Symfony 2.6: Support for KiB and MiB units in FileValidator

As of Symfony 2.6, you can use the KiB (kibibyte) and MiB (mebibytes) binary units to set the maximum file size of the FileValidator constraint.

New in Symfony 2.6: Support for object-maps in YAML component

YAML component will add support for objet-maps starting from the 2.6 version. This will make Symfony get closer to full support of the YAML 1.2 specification.

New in Symfony 2.5: Create the Correct Denied HTTP Exception

Symfony 2.5 provides a nice shortcut to not mess up with Access Denied HTTP Exceptions.

New in Symfony 2.5: An even better Form Debugger

Symfony 2.5 improves the great form debugger introduced in 2.4.

New in Symfony 2.5: Better Error Messages for undefined Methods

In Symfony 2.5, the Debug Component helps you debug undefined method calls.

New in Symfony 2.4: The ExpressionLanguage Component

Symfony 2.4 comes with a new component: ExpressionLanguage

New in Symfony 2.4: The Request Stack

Symfony 2.4 adds a new request stack service that is going to replace the request service

New in Symfony 2.4: Great Form Panel in the Web Profiler

Symfony 2.4 adds a new panel that lets you introspect form behaviors in the web profiler.

New in Symfony 2.4: Limiting Session Metadata Writes

Symfony 2.4 adds a way to avoid writing the session at each request

New in Symfony 2.4: Quicker Access to the Profiler when working on an API

Symfony 2.4 adds a X-Debug-Token-Link header to easily get the URL of the current page profile