The Symfony Family
When I started working on Symfony2 back in 2006 (yes, you read that right), I wanted to develop a framework that would be useful for proprietary projects, but one that would also be a great foundation for other Open-Source software. And since the release of Symfony 2.0 two years ago, quite a few projects decided to use some of the Symfony components or even the full stack framework.
I've been maintaining a private list of all these projects, small and big; that's about 40 projects. And today, I'm really happy to announce a new projects section on the symfony.com website where you can browse the list of those projects.
Want to know which Open-Source library is using the HttpKernel component? Go to the new HttpKernel component dedicated page.
Want to know which Symfony components are used by Drupal? Go to the new Drupal page on symfony.com.
Last but not the least, that's just about the projects I'm aware of; I've probably missed quite a few other ones, but the good news is that you are free to submit your Open-Source project. The content of the new section is entirely hosted on our Symfony Marketing Git repository; so feel free to contribute!
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