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Symfony 2.7.3 released

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The Symfony Demo application, three months later

The Symfony Demo application was publicly introduced three months ago. During the past weeks, we've been busy adding new features to showcase Symfony functionalities. This article is a quick recap of the most important new features.

Symfony 2.6.11 released

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A week of symfony #447 (20-26 July 2015)

This week, Symfony 2.8 introduced resettable containers, which allow to remove references to all services during shutdown, which ultimately will reduce memory consumption. Meanwhile, the repository held an interesting discussion about the convenience of including a WYSIWYG editor in the core.

A week of symfony #446 (13-19 July 2015)

This week, Symfony 2.3.31, 2.6.10 and 2.7.2 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, some PHP7 and HHVM incompatibilities were fixed and a few minor BC breaks were fixed for 2.7. Lastly, Symfony 2.8 introduced a change to forbid container cloning.

A month of Symfony Documentation #7 (June 2015)

Ah, summer time - perfect for *a lot* of new documentation *and* our first ever Symfony docs meeting!

Symfony 2.7.2 released

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Symfony 2.6.10 released

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Symfony 2.3.31 released

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A week of symfony #445 (6-12 July 2015)

This week, Symfony project focused on minor fixes and tweaks: reload session after regenerating its id, replace "extends" by "use" in the Bootstrap template, added a "default" color for the Console, etc. The only significant new feature was the addition of parameters to the translation profiler which will improve the translation workflow.

If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to come to the SymfonyLive!

SymfonyLive San Francisco is announced: October 29th-30th! Call for Papers is open until August 14th, Early bird registration until August 3rd. We hope to see you there!

A week of symfony #444 (29 June - 5 July 2015)

This week, Symfony 2.3 achieved 100% HHVM compatibility and the rest of maintained branches will soon achieve that milestone too. Meanwhile, Twig added support for unlimited macros arguments and variadic filters, tests and functions.

Create your own framework on top of the Symfony Components

Today we're glad to add a new series of tutorials to the Symfony documentation called "How to create your own framework on top of the Symfony Components".

Symfony 2.3 achieves 100% HHVM compatibility

Symfony 2.3 has achieved 100% compatibility with HHVM, a new open-source virtual machine designed for executing programs written in Hack and PHP.