The symfony web debug toolbar is one of the developer best friend. It is always conveniently accessible in the browser when using the development environment. It gives you everything you need to know about the current page and ease the debugging of your applications. Until now, all the information available in this toolbar were hardcoded. But as of symfony 1.2, the web debug toolbar is entirely configurable.
With three major symfony versions, newcomers have sometimes a hard time figuring out which version to use for their next project.
The end of the year will be very interesting for the symfony project with a lot of opportunities to meet the community and to learn symfony.
Propel 1.3 has been released and Doctrine 1.0 is on its way towards 1.0.
The plugin system gets better every day. During the last week, we have made some great enhancements to the system.
My previous post about the plugin system generated some more feedback from the community. The requested features make sense, so I have implemented most of them.
This year again, DOP organizes the symfony camp. This is a unique opportunity to meet the community.
A week after the release of the new plugin system, a lot of activity has taken place. More than 30 plugins were created, and 51 new releases were published on 27 different plugins.