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Symfony 2010s Decade in Review

Today, December 31, 2019, is the last day of the 2010s decade. That's why it's the perfect moment to make a quick recap of the last 10 years for the Symfony project. We've flicked through the thousands of articles published in this blog since 2010 and we've selected the most significant events. Let's take a trip down memory lane.

2011

2018

2019

Thank You

This decade has been an incredible journey for the Symfony project. And we're ending the decade at the peak of our popularity. The number of project contributors, Symfony developers, projects using Symfony, Symfony components downloads and Symfony conference attendees is still growing after so many years.

There are many reasons for the Symfony success, but we have no doubt about the most important one: you. Thanks for being part of the amazing Symfony community, especially to the thousands of people who have been 10 years or more with us.

Here's to the next decade of Symfony!

Comments

Maybe I'm getting old, but I remember I provided some contributions in symfony 1 trac.
Massimiliano you are right. symfony 1 never migrated to Git (or GitHub) so development was always made on Trac. Symfony 2 started there, but quickly moved to Git + GitHub in 2010.
Thank you all
Thank you !
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Wow! Such a long journey! :)
For the old folks around: SF 1.x is on GitHub too

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