Top 20 symfony plugins
A quick look at the analytics of the symfony website tells us a lot about what people need in addition to the symfony core. Here is the top 20 plugins based on the number of page views of the corresponding wiki pages in the last 30 days:
Not surprisingly, the plugins that provide ready-to-use modules for common site features (CMS, user management, media management, etc.) are among the most popular. I believe that this trend confirms that symfony plugins can be seen like an extra layer on top of the framework, making web application development an even easier task than before.
Update: Somehow the sfDoctrine plugin had been forgotten, which is bad since it is in the third place. The error is now repaired, and the top 20 is now a top 21.
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