Symfony Backers

Backers help fund the development of the Symfony project. Contact us if you want to help Symfony!

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Backers for Symfony 7.1

Symfony 7.1 is backed by Rector
At Rector, we help successful and growing companies to get the most of the code they already have. Including upgrading to the latest Symfony LTS. We deliver automated refactoring, reduce maintenance costs, speed up feature delivery, and transform legacy code into a strategic asset. Let us handle the dirty work, so you can focus on the features.
Symfony 7.1 is backed by JoliCode
JoliCode is a team of passionate developers and open-source lovers, with a strong expertise in PHP & Symfony technologies. They can help you build your projects using state-of-the-art practices.
Symfony 7.1 is backed by Les-Tilleuls.coop
Les-Tilleuls.coop is a team of 70+ Symfony experts who can help you design, develop and fix your projects. We provide a wide range of professional services including development, consulting, coaching, training and audits. We also are highly skilled in JS, Go and DevOps. We are a worker cooperative!
The Routing component for Symfony 7.1 is backed by redirection.io
redirection.io logs all your website’s HTTP traffic, and lets you fix errors with redirect rules in seconds. Give your marketing, SEO and IT teams the right tool to manage your website traffic efficiently!
The Notifier component for Symfony 7.1 is backed by Mercure.rocks
Create real-time experiences in minutes! Mercure.rocks provides a realtime API service that is tightly integrated with Symfony: create UIs that update in live with UX Turbo, send notifications with the Notifier component, expose async APIs with API Platform and create low level stuffs with the Mercure component. We maintain and scale the complex infrastructure for you!
The Crowdin Translation Provider component for Symfony 7.1 is backed by Crowdin
Crowdin is a cloud-based localization management software helping teams to go global and stay agile.

Backers for Symfony 7.2

This Symfony version will be released at the end of November 2024.

Symfony 7.2 is backed by Sulu
Sulu is the CMS for Symfony developers. It provides pre-built content-management features while giving developers the freedom to build, deploy, and maintain custom solutions using full-stack Symfony. Sulu is ideal for creating complex websites, integrating external tools, and building custom-built solutions.
Symfony 7.2 is backed by Rector
At Rector, we help successful and growing companies to get the most of the code they already have. Including upgrading to the latest Symfony LTS. We deliver automated refactoring, reduce maintenance costs, speed up feature delivery, and transform legacy code into a strategic asset. Let us handle the dirty work, so you can focus on the features.
The Crowdin Translation Provider component for Symfony 7.2 is backed by Crowdin
Crowdin is a cloud-based localization management software helping teams to go global and stay agile.

Backers for Symfony 7.0

Symfony 7.0 is backed by Sulu
Sulu is the CMS for Symfony developers. It provides pre-built content-management features while giving developers the freedom to build, deploy, and maintain custom solutions using full-stack Symfony. Sulu is ideal for creating complex websites, integrating external tools, and building custom-built solutions.
Symfony 7.0 is backed by Shopware
Shopware is an open headless commerce platform powered by Symfony and Vue.js that is used by thousands of shops and supported by a huge, worldwide community of developers, agencies and merchants.
Symfony 7.0 is backed by Les-Tilleuls.coop
Les-Tilleuls.coop is a team of 70+ Symfony experts who can help you design, develop and fix your projects. We provide a wide range of professional services including development, consulting, coaching, training and audits. We also are highly skilled in JS, Go and DevOps. We are a worker cooperative!
The Routing component for Symfony 7.0 is backed by redirection.io
redirection.io logs all your website’s HTTP traffic, and lets you fix errors with redirect rules in seconds. Give your marketing, SEO and IT teams the right tool to manage your website traffic efficiently!
The HttpClient component for Symfony 7.0 is backed by Innovative Web AG
Innovative Web AG (i-web) is a specialist for web, applications and the digitalisation of the public sector based in Switzerland. With our i-CMS, public authorities and institutions implement modern websites and eGovernment portals and offer user-friendly eServices for residents and companies.
The Console component for Symfony 7.0 is backed by Les-Tilleuls.coop
Les-Tilleuls.coop is a team of 70+ Symfony experts who can help you design, develop and fix your projects. We provide a wide range of professional services including development, consulting, coaching, training and audits. We also are highly skilled in JS, Go and DevOps. We are a worker cooperative!
The Messenger component for Symfony 7.0 is backed by SensioLabs
As the creator of Symfony, SensioLabs supports companies using Symfony, with an offering encompassing consultancy, expertise, services, training, and technical assistance to ensure the success of web application development projects.

Backers for Symfony 6.4

Symfony 6.4 is backed by SensioLabs
As the creator of Symfony, SensioLabs supports companies using Symfony, with an offering encompassing consultancy, expertise, services, training, and technical assistance to ensure the success of web application development projects.
Symfony 6.4 is backed by Private Packagist
Private Packagist is a fast, reliable, and secure Composer repository for your private packages. It mirrors all your open-source dependencies for better availability and monitors them for security vulnerabilities.
The Symfony 6.4 Security system is backed by SymfonyCasts
Learn Symfony faster by watching real projects being built and actively coding along with them. SymfonyCasts bridges that learning gap, bringing you video tutorials and coding challenges. Code on!
The Routing component for Symfony 6.4 is backed by redirection.io
redirection.io logs all your website’s HTTP traffic, and lets you fix errors with redirect rules in seconds. Give your marketing, SEO and IT teams the right tool to manage your website traffic efficiently!
The HttpClient component for Symfony 6.4 is backed by Innovative Web AG
Innovative Web AG (i-web) is a specialist for web, applications and the digitalisation of the public sector based in Switzerland. With our i-CMS, public authorities and institutions implement modern websites and eGovernment portals and offer user-friendly eServices for residents and companies.
The Console component for Symfony 6.4 is backed by Les-Tilleuls.coop
Les-Tilleuls.coop is a team of 70+ Symfony experts who can help you design, develop and fix your projects. We provide a wide range of professional services including development, consulting, coaching, training and audits. We also are highly skilled in JS, Go and DevOps. We are a worker cooperative!
The Messenger component for Symfony 6.4 is backed by SensioLabs
As the creator of Symfony, SensioLabs supports companies using Symfony, with an offering encompassing consultancy, expertise, services, training, and technical assistance to ensure the success of web application development projects.
The Symfony 6.4 Book is backed by SensioLabs
As the creator of Symfony, SensioLabs supports companies using Symfony, with an offering encompassing consultancy, expertise, services, training, and technical assistance to ensure the success of web application development projects.
The Symfony 6.4 Book is backed by Blackfire.io
Blackfire.io provides code performance observability. From development to production, profile, test and monitor Web applications performance. Get actionable insights to prevent and fix issues before they hit your end-users.
The Symfony 6.4 Book is backed by QOSSMIC
We live and love modern software development - and have done so for over ten years. What began in 2011 with SensioLabs Germany and Symfony is now being continued as QOSSMIC. With Symfony as the core, we will now advise you even more holistically.
The Symfony 6.4 Book is backed by Platform.sh
Platform.sh is the official PaaS for Symfony projects. Build, run, and scale your applications — end to end.

Backers for Symfony 5.4

Symfony 5.4 is backed by Private Packagist
Private Packagist is a fast, reliable, and secure Composer repository for your private packages. It mirrors all your open-source dependencies for better availability and monitors them for security vulnerabilities.
The Week of Symfony blog posts for Symfony 5.4 are backed by SensioLabs
As the creator of Symfony, SensioLabs supports companies using Symfony, with an offering encompassing consultancy, expertise, services, training, and technical assistance to ensure the success of web application development projects.
The Symfony 5.4 Security system is backed by SymfonyCasts
Learn Symfony faster by watching real projects being built and actively coding along with them. SymfonyCasts bridges that learning gap, bringing you video tutorials and coding challenges. Code on!
The Messenger, and Process components for Symfony 5.4 are backed by SensioLabs
As the creator of Symfony, SensioLabs supports companies using Symfony, with an offering encompassing consultancy, expertise, services, training, and technical assistance to ensure the success of web application development projects.
The Notifier component for Symfony 5.4 is backed by Mercure.rocks
Create real-time experiences in minutes! Mercure.rocks provides a realtime API service that is tightly integrated with Symfony: create UIs that update in live with UX Turbo, send notifications with the Notifier component, expose async APIs with API Platform and create low level stuffs with the Mercure component. We maintain and scale the complex infrastructure for you!
The HttpKernel, and Console components for Symfony 5.4 are backed by Les-Tilleuls.coop
Les-Tilleuls.coop is a team of 70+ Symfony experts who can help you design, develop and fix your projects. We provide a wide range of professional services including development, consulting, coaching, training and audits. We also are highly skilled in JS, Go and DevOps. We are a worker cooperative!
The Crowdin Translation Provider component for Symfony 5.4 is backed by Crowdin
Crowdin is a cloud-based localization management software helping teams to go global and stay agile.
The HttpFoundation component for Symfony 5.4 is backed by Laravel
Laravel is a PHP web development framework that is passionate about maximum developer happiness. Laravel is built using a variety of bespoke and Symfony based components.
The Lokalise Translation Provider component for Symfony 5.4 is backed by Lokalise
Lokalise is a continuous localization and translation management platform. It integrates into your development workflow so you can ship localized products, faster.
The HttpClient component for Symfony 5.4 is backed by Klaxoon
Klaxoon is a platform that empowers organizations to run effective and productive workshops easily in a hybrid environment. Anytime, Anywhere.
The Workflow component for Symfony 5.4 is backed by ZEturf
The ZEturf group is an online gaming operator licensed in 6 markets in Europe and Africa. It operates two brands, ZEturf on horse racing betting, and ZEbet on sports betting. In parallel with the development of its betting activities, the group is also investing in Entertainment / gaming with Free-to-Play and Play-to-Earn projects.
The Symfony 5.4 Book is backed by Blackfire.io
Blackfire.io provides code performance observability. From development to production, profile, test and monitor Web applications performance. Get actionable insights to prevent and fix issues before they hit your end-users.
The Symfony 5.4 Book is backed by Private Packagist
Private Packagist is a fast, reliable, and secure Composer repository for your private packages. It mirrors all your open-source dependencies for better availability and monitors them for security vulnerabilities.
The Symfony 5.4 Book is backed by Darkmira
Darkmira is a web development agency focused on secure PHP development.

Backers for Symfony 6.3

This Symfony version is no longer maintained since the end of January 2024.

Backers for Symfony 6.2

This Symfony version is no longer maintained since the end of July 2023.

Backers for Symfony 6.1

This Symfony version is no longer maintained since the end of January 2023.

Backers for Symfony 6.0

This Symfony version is no longer maintained since the end of January 2023.

Backers for Symfony 5.3

This Symfony version is no longer maintained since the end of January 2022.

Backers for Symfony 5.2

This Symfony version is no longer maintained since the end of July 2021.