Projects / symfony


Symfony is a Web application framework for PHP5 projects. It aims to speed up the creation and maintenance of Web applications, and to replace repetitive coding tasks with power, control, and pleasure. It is compatible with almost every database system. In addition, it has a very small overhead. Using symfony is so natural and easy for people used to PHP and the design patterns of Internet applications that the learning curve is very low.


Recent releases

  •  05 Sep 2007 22:28

    Release Notes: Pake has been updated to 1.1.5. magic_quotes checks from the symfony command line have been fixed. The propel-dump-data task has been fixed.

    •  20 Jun 2007 14:44

      Release Notes: Various minor bugs were fixed. lime was updated to 1.0.4, which fixes PHP 5.2.2 support.

      •  17 Apr 2007 10:54

        Release Notes: The getCookies() call in sfDebug when using sfConsoleResponse was fixed. _compute_public_path() when using a query string was fixed. Propel was updated to 1.2.1. Output escaping and _get_object_list() were fixed. A problem where highlight_text() didn't work with / was corrected. Internationalization support errors in sfRequest was fixed.

        •  19 Mar 2007 19:36

          Release Notes: This release fixes security.yml case sensitivity. It fixes sfYaml::load() not returning correct values. Unnecessary usage of JavaScript helpers in the Web debug toolbar has been removed. The sfConsoleRequest::initialize() signature has been fixed. A typo in the cache classes when logging has been fixed.

          •  20 Feb 2007 18:26

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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