Symfony 4 was released on November 30th.
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First release of the API doc

Data import from text files with ease

A new chapter has just been added to the book to describe how to import data to a database from a simple YAML text file.

What are you doing this December?

The symfony team is preparing a surprise to the community. Make sure you visit us on December 1st!

Learn to debug a symfony project

Another addition was made to the documentation, to help you understand the built-in debug tools of symfony. Unless you never make any mistakes, you should have a look at it!

Important: manual modification required for upgrade

In order to use versions 0.5.157 and more, your projects need to be modified. Check the Changelog to see the modification.

Cache and application performance: new documentation added

Symfony provides a robust and efficient cache system. If you want to boost your symfony enabled web application, check out the new chapter added to the documentation.

New stable release: upgrade to symfony 0.4.2

Read release notes

Symfony/Ruby on Rails argument?

As seen on various spots on the web, some people would like to throw names at each other comparing symfony to rails. Is it worth it?

New tutorial : symfony and IIS

Symfony is compatible with both windows and IIS. If you wonder how to setup symfony to have it work with IIS, check out our new tutorial.

New chapter added to the book: Internationalization

For those of you who wondered how to setup a multilingual project, the new chapter published in the book should clear a few dark zones.

AJAX in symfony: new tutorial and screencast

To demonstrate the spectacular possibilities of AJAX in web applications built with symfony, a new tutorial and a screencast have just been published. Check them out!