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Ibuildings Blog:
Symfony 1.1
July 30, 2008 @ 11:19:36

On the Ibuildings blogs, there's a new post from Stefan Koopmanschap taking a look at the latest major release of the Symfony PHP framework (v1.1) and some of the functionality it includes.

The official stable release of symfony 1.1 is now nearly a month old, and response so far has been fairly positive. This is not surprising, as this new version adds a lot of flexibility to the already flexible system that symfony offered. Let's have a look at symfony 1.1, and specifically to the points that I feel are especially exciting in this new release.

He looks at the new architecture of the framework, how it now handles forms, the improvements to the plugin system and the (partial) integration of the Propel ORM layer for accessing databases. The full listing of updates can be found here.

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