Sponsoring Program - Symfony 6.2 backers
The Symfony 6.2 release has brought many new components and improvements like the Clock Component, better Emoji Support, Notifier and Mailer Integrations, Uid Features and many more. This would not have been possible without the support of our amazing backers who are part of the Symfony Sponsoring Program!
Symfony 6.2 is sponsored by:
Les-Tilleuls.coop, which provides a wide range of professional services including development, consulting, coaching, training and audits;
Sulu, CMS for Symfony developers which is ideal for creating complex websites, integrating external tools, and building custom-built solutions;
Standalone components and packages for version 6.2 are sponsored by:
Alximy, which helps you create real-time experiences in minutes, learn or develop the tools you need, and perform audits or tailored workshops, is sponsoring the Framework Bundle;
SymfonyCasts, which proposes to learn Symfony faster by watching real projects being built video tutorials and coding challenges, is sponsoring the Security component component;
SensioLabs, which offers encompassing consultancy, expertise, services, training, and technical assistance to ensure the success of web application development projects, is sponsoring the Messenger component;
Prisma Media, n°1 French publishing group (print and digital), has successfully transformed from a historic player in the world of paper to the first publishers of multi-media editorial content and creators of digital solutions in 5 years only. Prisma Media is sponsoring the Notifier component;
bitExpert, cross-technology software development which bring innovation, quality, commitment, and professionalism into their solutions, products, and services, is sponsoring the Workflow component;
Endava, which provides a combination of Product & Technology Strategies, Intelligent Experiences, and World Class Engineering is sponsoring the TestPack;
Mercure.rocks, which provides a realtime API service that is tightly integrated with Symfony, is sponsoring the Symfony UX components;
Crowdin, cloud-based localization management software which helps teams to go global and stay agile, is sponsoring the Crowdin Translation Provider;
Meanwhile, the official Symfony book is supported by SensioLabs, QOSSMIC, Blackfire.io and Platform.sh as main sponsors and also by Les-Tilleuls.coop.
Thank you again to all these companies for their commitment to make Symfony project development and Open Source projects sustainable!
Check out symfony.com/backers for the most recently updated list of sponsors.
How to Become a Sponsor?
The Symfony sponsorship program has a variety of offerings to suit your goals:
- A full Symfony release (e.g. 7.0, 6.3, etc.) This provides the biggest impact and shows your logo, link and description in pages like Symfony documentation, "New in Symfony" blog posts, notification emails and GitHub README;
- A Symfony Component for a Symfony version (e.g. Console for Symfony 5.4, Messenger for Symfony 6.3, etc.) This promotion shows your logo, link and description in all pages which mention that component, including GitHub READMEs. Given the big number of components available, there are many sponsoring opportunities;
- A Week Of Symfony for a minor Symfony version (e.g. 5.4 or 6.3). This is one of the longest running post series in the software industry, published uninterruptedly since 2006. Ideal to make an impact on experienced Symfony developers;
- The Symfony Book for a major Symfony version (e.g. Symfony 5, Symfony 6, etc.) This shows your logo and description in the pages of the official Symfony book, including the PDF version. Ideal to make an impact on Symfony newcomers.
If you want to get more information, go on symfony.com/support, select "Symfony Backers" and send us a message so we can send you the program details, including rates and availability.
Help the Symfony project!
As with any Open-Source project, contributing code or documentation is the most common way to help, but we also have a wide range of sponsoring opportunities.
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