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Lukas Smith's Blog:
Symfony2 stuff
November 01, 2010 @ 10:48:17

Lukas Smith has posted a look at some of the things that have been included in the latest revisions of the Symfony2 framework.

Since about 4 weeks I have really started using Symfony2, in development for a work project no less. Kinda crazy seeing its still in pre-alpha phase, but I think its a great platform today and I know its going to be the best soon aka once we have a stable release. But in these 4 weeks quite a few things have popped up that I like to see addressed. Most things aren't really about writing code, but figuring out how things should be. The kind of stuff that is hard to fix on your own.

He mentions six different things (one or two with code examples) that are new to the framework or are being newly discussed:

  • Making 3rd party controllers truly reusable
  • Flash message handling
  • Easy DIC customization of 3rd party Bundles
  • Issues with setting GET parameters in functional tests as well as forward() calls
  • Form validation issues
  • Aligning the handling for Bundle configuration
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