Symfony PHP Framework: The Light and the Dark Side

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    The Contribution Of Symfony Framework In Enterprise Application Development

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  • A week of symfony #381 (14->20 April 2014)

    By Javier Eguiluz This week, Symfony project focused on fixing code inconsistencies, such as unifying the way null values are returned, removing unsupported arguments and making the phpdoc types consistent with those defined in Hack. Meanwhile, Swiftmailer started its big refactorization removing the Simpletest library and switching all its unit tests to PHPUnit. Symfony2 development...

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    By Javier Eguiluz This week, the most relevant news about Symfony project was the re-introduction of the Symfony Core Team, which could boost the Symfony development. In addition, the first beta of Symfony 2.5 was released, fixing important issues such as the database session storage for high-concurrency websites. Symfony2 development highlights 2.3 changelog: e946da3: BrowserKit...

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  • A week of symfony #379 (31 March -> 06 April 2014)

    By Javier Eguiluz This week, Symfony 2.3.12 and 2.4.3 maintenance versions were published, both featuring tens of bug fixes and tweaks. In addition, the Validator component introduced a new NodeTraverser implementation and a new Debug component was proposed for Symfony. Symfony2 development highlights 2.3 changelog: 91e226e: [Validator] fixed URL validator to accept single part URLs...

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    GitHub Supporting Partial Commits On Mac

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