Download Symfony

Run this installer to create a binary called symfony:

wget https://get.symfony.com/cli/installer -O - | bash
If you prefer, you can download the binaries directly from GitHub: 32-bit or 64-bit platforms.
SHA-256 checksums of the installer and binaries

SHA-256 checksum of the bash installer:

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SHA-256 checksums of the installed binary:

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  • linux_386: 1ab63bca3802b32b5adb78d7d1a054c33845ce351aea5738a69152580bfefea1
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  • linux_arm64: 99b89af9d5d66d1d6e6b8d358472f10aa578adbc02e6b933d53137960363b7f7

Run this installer to create a binary called symfony:

curl -sS https://get.symfony.com/cli/installer | bash
If you prefer, you can download the binaries directly from GitHub: 32-bit or 64-bit platforms.
SHA-256 checksums of the installer and binaries

SHA-256 checksum of the bash installer:

61bc1df6e4e6eb72a9174498cc09ae6959d087dc3adc711eab300af2fb7ffe8f

SHA-256 checksums of the installed binary:

  • darwin_amd64: 43677605639a9f8d25133bc0dbd298a9c4c0e8c9e99a22c63670ddeaed3166c6
  • darwin_386: f2e467d1f0b51e1f906dc23b2cd5962e7ed6b6cdb3693f7a55e219a4027ca595
If you prefer, you can download the binaries directly from GitHub: 32-bit or 64-bit platforms.

SHA-256 checksums of the installer and binaries

SHA-256 checksum of the setup.exe installer:

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SHA-256 checksums of the installed binary:

  • windows_amd64: 466d934e3bad5f105b82b8894d3c9739af5212cfda70c9422c4b78c891161b4a
  • windows_386: fab1a249167711aa592cd5c51cdc4a3b5dcd7db0046bcf33b86cbf43bbaf38a6

Changelog of the most recent Symfony Binary versions:

4.18.4

  • Fix "deploy" does not work when using only "-project" flag
  • Add missing option "prune-branches" to Bitbucket integration
  • Add support for MySQL/MariaDB Docker images using "MARIADB_" instead of "MYSQL_" for en vars
  • Allow to use "env:debug" with the main environment of non production projects
  • Allow to use "env:debug --off" with any environment on any project
  • Fix parsing of PHP and FPM log lines

4.18.3

  • Release the CLI as a Docker image
  • Fix usage error might show the help of another command with the same name
  • Fix "symfony composer" should not load .env files

4.18.2

  • Fix running "symfony console" on Enterprise clusters fails
  • Fix Symfony environment is set to "dev" during the build stage
  • Add missing "SYMFONY_APPLICATION_DEFAULT_ROUTE_URL" and "SYMFONY_PROJECT_DEFAULT_ROUTE_URL" when running Local Web Server
  • Checkout the first step of the book instead of the last one when running "symfony new --book"

End-User License Agreement of the Symfony binary.


The symfony binary created by the installer provides:

Creating Symfony applications

If you are building a traditional web application:

symfony new --full my_project

If you are building a microservice, console application or API:

symfony new my_project

Read the docs to learn about installing Symfony with Composer.

Use the Symfony Components

Symfony Components are a set of decoupled and reusable libraries that can be used in any PHP application.

Install Composer and run this command to add a Symfony component in your app:

composer require
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