Download Symfony

Run this installer to create a binary called symfony:

wget -O - | bash
SHA-256 checksums of the installed binary
  • linux_amd64: 2e6e79ae5417024b6be4c0abfb12a0cc0a6a1aada977950e58f65112040600aa
  • linux_386: 2064b77f43562f0e85a41827daf724a5b79598b3e3215d5d4f3f8c3add9b98cd

Run this installer to create a binary called symfony:

curl -sS | bash
SHA-256 checksums of the installed binary
  • darwin_amd64: 00ca34ce8362606bf6822e44cd8e3844973f7c8356056ba79f488a9e13b97712
  • darwin_386: b279fe72bd0e3928b957cee516e2dde089a37b9140d453f3989ff9833d7b7619
If you prefer, you can download the binary directly:
32-bit or 64-bit platforms.

SHA-256 checksums of the installer and binaries

SHA-256 checksum of the setup.exe installer:


SHA-256 checksums of the installed binary:

  • windows_amd64: 2798ebd3fecbbb3358f442ab7c2c8d3d48bfa9aedab604a7baabf7da96358e40
  • windows_386: 4741cfa4d83b287fbe0c22433705d83ee4ff1e988c9bbc989900089e04a46709

Changelog of the most recent Symfony Binary versions:


  • Fix reading ""extra.public-dir"" from ""composer.json""
  • Fix running ""composer create-project"" in ""symfony new"" on Windows
  • Fix console hyperlinks breaks output formatting on Windows
  • Fix unmarshal error when runtime options is not an array


  • Fix creating and updating subscriptions
  • Allow "dev" as an alias for "development" plan


  • Fix panic when starting the web server

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
Symfony Demo application

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