In this article, we're thrilled to introduce the new Symfony Documentation: a result of over 150 hours of volunteer work to reword most contents and reorganize the entire documentation.
The Symfony project is proud to announce its fourth Symfony Docs Hack Day. This Hack Day will be an online event to give a push to the Symfony Docs before the Symfony 3.1 release at the end of this month.
This use case explains how we created the new search engine for the documentation published on symfony.com.
A few days ago, we updated the documentation section on symfony.com to remove the French and Italian community translations. From now on, on this website you will only find the original English documentation.
All Symfony Documentation PR's now auto-deploy for review, thanks to Platform.sh!
Ah, summer time - perfect for *a lot* of new documentation *and* our first ever Symfony docs meeting!
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".
It has been an amazing month for the documentation: The Symfony 2.7 release came with lots of new features which had to be documented and there was a very active documentation hack day on May 23rd.
This month, some existing article were reviewed and improved to be easier to understand and more focused. As the community best practices improve, so do the articles in the documentation!
The next Symfony Documentation hack day is coming on Saturday, May 23rd! And no matter who you are, we want you to help us take the documentation to the next level.