In 2013, we celebrated the first edition of the Symfony Business Awards, which recognize the best business websites, applications and projects developed with Symfony. Due to the success and appreciation of these awards, we've decided to organize the second edition of the Symfony Business Awards.
Triagers - those people who help ask questions on issues, verify bug reports and review pull requests - are the backbone to what makes Symfony strong. We need more, and we're experimenting with a new workflow to make it easier.
September 2, 2015 Ryan Weaver
How to make your code compatible with Twig 2.0?
August 18, 2015 Fabien Potencier
During these last past months, we've been working very hard to achieve full PHP7 compatibility. This effort accelerated during the past weeks and we're glad to announce that all Symfony maintained branches are now 100% compatible with PHP7.
August 11, 2015 Javier Eguiluz
The Symfony Demo application was publicly introduced three months ago. During the past weeks, we've been busy adding new features to showcase Symfony functionalities. This article is a quick recap of the most important new features.
July 27, 2015 Javier Eguiluz
PSR-7 support in Symfony is here! Introducing the new PSR HTTP Message Bridge: a library to translate between the PSR-7 interfaces and Symfony's Request and Response objects. Framework users can also use PSR-7 objects immediately in your controller.
May 30, 2015 Ryan Weaver
In 2011, we developed a revolutionary installation method for the Symfony 2.0 version which ultimately resulted in the creation of the Composer project. Throughout subsequent versions of Symfony, we leveraged Composer and pushed it to its limits. Having done so, it's time to introduce a new way to install Symfony: the Symfony Installer.
March 26, 2015 Javier Eguiluz
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