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Fabien Potencier
Symfony Components Website
by Fabien Potencier – May 15, 2009 – 20 comments

Some time ago, I have introduced the new "Symfony Components" project. It is a sub-project of Symfony that aims to give more importance to some of the great libraries we have developed for Symfony. Until now, the only evidence of their existence was the dedicated Subversion repository, and the Git mirror. The following components have already been released: YAML, Dependency Injection, and Event Dispatcher. And more will come soon.

Today, I am happy to announce that the Symfony Components now have their dedicated website.

Each component has its own section with its documentation, API, instructions to install and use it, and how to contribute back. For now, we have worked on the YAML website as an example, but we are also already working on the next ones. Expect most of them to be available for the Symfony Live conference.

Life is too short to be serious. So, we decided that the component website should be a bit more fun than the symfony website. That's why each component has its own animal, representing the component.

We are very excited about the Symfony Component project, and we hope you will find new ways of using these standalone libraries outside your symfony projects.

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    #1 Dejan Spasic said on the 2009/05/15 at 16:24
    I like the style :D
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    #2 saganxis said on the 2009/05/15 at 16:25
    Wowww you are doing a great job(as always)!!!congratulations! the website is great and it design too!very creative
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    #3 eXtreme said on the 2009/05/15 at 16:49
    Templating? Sounds interesting.
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    #4 Lukas Mancini said on the 2009/05/15 at 16:56
    Gran Trabajo muchachos. Día a día demuestran por que Symfony es el Framework número 1 de php a nivel mundial. Felicitacion Fabien
    Great Job folks. Day to day you demostrate why symfony is number one php framework. Congratulations Fabien.
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    #5 Marijn Huizendveld said on the 2009/05/15 at 17:02
    Job well done:-) It looks very nice. Can't wait for the templating component.
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    #6 Stephen Ostrow said on the 2009/05/15 at 18:36
    Love what you're doing with this so far. I would really like to see some of the smaller libraries becoming components. I find them the most useful, however most people don't know about them because they're not ever display except within the core code. Some examples are sfFinder, sfCache, and sfTimer. But there are a ton of little libraries like this which could be great additions to the components for people to use for drop-in functionality. I can't tell you how useful sfFinder has become for me in things like simple batch tasks.
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    #7 Dragan Bosnjak said on the 2009/05/15 at 18:52
    Great design and illustrations! :)
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    #8 Seb said on the 2009/05/15 at 19:32
    Really cool indeed! Would love to see the configuration library and its handy sfConfig class become one of these components!

    Thanks!
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    #9 James said on the 2009/05/15 at 21:33
    who's the graphical artist ? sweet design :)
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    #10 Fabien said on the 2009/05/15 at 22:01
    The design has been done by 2 graphists working at Sensio.
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    #11 Ice_j7 said on the 2009/05/15 at 23:30
    The octopus with the Even Dispatcher!, just couldn't be better, nice work.
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    #12 dlnieves said on the 2009/05/16 at 09:27
    Wow!!!...nice job you guys...
    Although I'm also waiting for a possible sfLogger component.
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    #13 Javi said on the 2009/05/16 at 12:46
    You guys are awesome!
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    #14 Fernando said on the 2009/05/17 at 02:45
    A great job.
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    #15 Lionel said on the 2009/05/18 at 08:40
    Super idée, et j'adore le choix pour le design (d'ailleurs très réussi). Bravo aux graphistes :)
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    #16 Greg Herrington said on the 2009/05/19 at 00:06
    Quelle bonne idee!

    Symfony continues to lead the way in making my life easier. This decoupling will benefit smaller projects that maybe don't require a full-blown symfony install (but could still benefit from various components).

    And the creative is just great...

    Salud!
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    #17 patlecat said on the 2009/05/20 at 12:55
    Lovely pictures u have there! Thanks for the work I'm sure this will be very valuable in staying the best documented framework in the web! :D
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    #18 Ben Haines said on the 2009/05/20 at 15:21
    Looks great... love the design ;)
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    #19 Ben G said on the 2009/05/20 at 15:41
    Fantastic initiative. This will surely benefit to the project making everything more robust and easier to maintain.

    I really recommend people to read this blog to keep up to date with the latest trends in modern software architecture. Even if you don't develop using symfony.

    I wonder whether you plan to release the UML schemas of all those components, to let people easily adapt them to other languages.
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    #20 martialmind said on the 2009/05/24 at 06:16
    WOOOOOW, It's just great...

    Excellent Job.