Symfony 4 was released on November 30th.
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Security Release: FOSUserBundle

A security issue has been found in FOSUserBundle.

Symfony plugin deprecation

One of the problems we've been hearing about with the symfony plugin system was the fact that it was hard to see if there was still active development being done on a plugin. There was no easy way until now for developers to communicate to users that a plugin has been deprecated. This is now changed: Plugins can now be deprecated.

Plugins for symfony 1.3/1.4

The five most popular symfony plugins are now available and packaged for symfony 1.3 and 1.4

Symfony and Doctrine 2

With the release of Doctrine 2 Alpha 1 last month, it was about time to start working on the next version of `sfDoctrinePlugin` which brings you support for Doctrine 2 in your projects.

FireSymfony: Installing and Configuring the Plugin

In the previous post we went through the features provided by FireSymfony. In this post we are going to see how to install the Firefox Add On and the symfony plugin.

FireSymfony - Debugging symfony applications inside Firebug

In this series of articles I would like to present you FireSymfony, a Firefox add-on for debugging symfony applications inside the popular Firebug.

Be part of the Symfony Plugins System

Today, I'm very happy to announce the immediate availability of the symfony plugins API.

Tell us the plugins you use

Today, the symfony community celebrates the 500th plugin, published on the official symfony plugin repository. That's a great achievement.

Additional tasks to streamline your workflow

The sfTaskExtraPlugin is a plugin maintained by the symfony core team. It adds a number of useful tasks to your symfony command line to help streamline your workflow.

Manage Doctrine in your browser with sfDoctrineManagerPlugin

Control everything that is Doctrine from a nice web interface. Its primary feature is the ability to control your Doctrine schema from your browser using a set of symfony forms.