Cover of the book Symfony 5: The Fast Track

Symfony 5: The Fast Track is the best book to learn modern Symfony development, from zero to production. +300 pages in full color showing how to combine Symfony with Docker, APIs, queues & async tasks, Webpack, Single-Page Applications, etc.

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Case Studies

Case studies about the most relevant Symfony projects created by the community. Want your own case study to be published? Send a proposal to [email protected]

The European Commission Publishes its First Public Symfony Application

The European Commission has just published a new application based on Symfony for its Food Labelling Information System.

Upgrade your legacy Symfony projects thanks to SymfonyCloud

Still running Symfony 2 or 3? Willing to upgrade to Symfony 4? Or to switch to Flex? Learn how SymfonyCloud can help in this process.

An open-source web platform for the new President of France

The web platform running the winning campaign of the next President of France, Emmanuel Macron, is made with Symfony and is open source.

One API to rule all product data

In this case study, Liip explains how they used Symfony to build a very demanding and API-centric application for the biggest retail company in Switzerland.

Going SOA with Symfony2: A year and a half down the road

A case study about a Symfony application that relies on microservices to implement a Service-Oriented Architecture.

Thelia, a Symfony-based e-commerce solution

An interview with Manuel Raynaud, lead developer of Thelia, a Symfony-based e-commerce solution. Introducing the new Thelia 2 and how it's in perfect harmony with Symfony.

Push it to the limits - Symfony2 for High Performance needs

In this Case Study, we'll reveal some architecture details of the "1 Billion Symfony2 Application". We'll show you the project big-picture then focus on features we really like in Symfony2.

Getting Pushy with Symfony2!

Message Queues are not a new concept – neither is Push Notifications and surely not HTTP Posts for that matter. However, when you combine these ideas with Symfony you have a very flexible queueing system.

OroCRM, the new kid on the Symfony2 block

There are many hard and risky decisions that need to be made when starting a new open-source project. We wanted to share with you how for OroCRM one of the best decisions we have made so far is selecting the Symfony2 framework to create our vision.

Symfony2 meets eZ Publish 5

eZ Publish announced that they will use the Symfony full-stack framework for version 5.