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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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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:

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SHA-256 checksums of the installed binary:

  • darwin_amd64: 50d3d43ddf3e05a8c1ca6da3c4dbcb7efac0d5bc7509860d3d404c86e00236ad
  • darwin_386: 5c46f21ba31d56dc26fd87865b8674e3a23b95af5771a219743311c3f5895e0d
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: d16503aec67abe0bbdc767522af8a67d07697e20c57e7f4e92b85daa1f2bc326
  • windows_386: 5ace84684681935e0a815b65a0d5fc4ace0820ba6a685b7ecd9d3662df49599d

Changelog of the most recent Symfony Binary versions:

4.20.1

  • Fix "server:status" display one-shot jobs
  • Fix "server:run" fails to restart jobs
  • Fix "server:log" and "server:run" might miss some logs
  • Add support for "--version=dev" for the "new" command
  • Move "yarn-install" to "nvm-sh/nvm" and upgrade to v0.36.0
  • Make "yarn-install" use the nvm "--no-progress" flag
  • Use "SYMFONY_CACHE_DIR" in "yarn-install" for faster builds
  • Disable autoupdates checks when running in background
  • Disable autoupdates checks when running the "help" command
  • Improve performance of the "help" command
  • Improve performance of the "projects" command

4.20.0

  • Add support for MailHog Docker images
  • Add "symfony-start" helper
  • Automatically preprend "symfony-start" to workers command if necessary

4.19.2

  • Fix panic in "symfony ssh" when providing a command to execute

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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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