The end of the year is the best time to review all that we achieved as a community during the past twelve months. These are some of the highlights of the 2017 year for the Symfony Project.
The Symfony Demo project, a reference application created to show how to develop Symfony applications following the recommended best practices, has been fully updated to Symfony 4 and Symfony Flex.
Symfony 4.0 is here! This is a huge release with a totally reimagined developer experience. You will *love* working with Symfony 4.
SymfonyMakerBundle is a new code generator bundle created as an alternative to SensioGeneratorBundle for modern Symfony applications.
PHP 7.2 will be released on November 30th (the same day as Symfony 4). We've been working for more than one year to make all Symfony versions (from 2.7 to 4.0) fully compatible with PHP 7.2.
The "feature freeze" period for Symfony 3.4 and 4.0 start at the end of this week and you can help us bringing more new features to them.
Symfony components surpassed 1 billion downloads on September 5th 2017.
The front-end of symfony.com was revamped recently. In this article, we explain the major changes, including the use of the new official Symfony tool to manage web assets.
The framework.trusted_proxies configuration key has been removed in Symfony 3.3. This may cause some issues when upgrading your applications. This article explains how to solve them.
Symfony 3.3 introduces a new paradigm for service configuration that I hope you'll love
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