Before we release symfony 1.1 later this week, I want to give some information about the new symfony 1.1 architecture.
For symfony 1.1, the complete plugin system has been rewritten from scratch. This has been done to allow some serious improvements in the way plugins work, and to make it even simpler to work with plugins in your symfony project.
Here is a short tutorial about my discovery of the new YAML parsing library that comes with symfony 1.1.
I know that many of you were waiting for this news for so long, and I would like to thank you for your patience. So, after several weeks of thorough work on writing and polishing the documentation for the new form framework, I'm happily ready to announce the availability of the first four chapters of the "symfony Forms in Action" book:
Even if symfony has already one of the best documentation ever for an Open-Source project, you can help us make it even better.
So, you want to give Doctrine a try with symfony 1.1 eh?
As any web application, your project has repetitive maintenance tasks, database operations, or other console scripts running on a regular basis. Symfony 1.1 extends symfony 1.0 pake tasks to create a powerful and uniform command line utility for your projects, fully integrated with the symfony Command Line Interface (CLI).
It has never been so easy to internationalize your Propel forms. In this post, you will learn how to leverage the new form framework bundled with symfony 1.1 to develop an interface to edit articles in several languages.
Sending mails is a web developer's everyday task, and many questions came about the way to do it in symfony 1.1. This article, along with a new cookbook entry dedicated to the subject, goes through the process of sending an email using the great Swift Mailer library.
symfony 1.1 introduces native support for different formats and mime-types. This means that the same model and controller can have different templates based on the requested format.
Sometimes you need to be able to customize the directory structure provided by symfony. In this post, we will see how to leverage the new configuration system of symfony 1.1 to change the web root, cache, and log directories.
During the last weeks, the symfony core team has spent a lot of time polishing the documentation.