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We are getting ready with the CMF 2.0 release! We are in the process of tagging release candidates and hope to gather feedback in the next weeks, before tagging stable versions. The most important feature is support for Symfony 3. We've also created a #symfony_cmf channel on the Symfony Slack to improve collaboration and user support. Move in there, report an error or give us a high five! What is new? The upcoming versions will support Symfony 3.0 and higher, as well as the 2.8 LTS version. [...]
On one of our projects that I am working on I had the following problem: I needed to create an aggregate temporary table in the database from a few different queries while still using Doctrine2. I needed to aggregate the results in the database rather than memory as the result set could be very large […]
When a web application reaches a sufficiently large size, it can become infeasible to perform all actions required within a single web request/response life-cycle. You may find yourself wishing to for example - batch up and send queued emails at particular intervals, or process payments asynchronous to the point in-time the user made the initial request. In this post I would like to discuss our changing use of background processes (both time-dependent and continuous) due to increasing [...]
In this episode we discuss what makes a good Symfony bundle, and how you as a bundle author can build a better bundle. Photo credit: bundle by foam (CC-BY-SA)
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