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Symfony Blog:
Symfony2 Getting easier
April 29, 2011 @ 10:09:17

On the Symfony blog there's a new post about how Symfony2 is "getting easier" thanks to some recent changes with improved error handling and simpler configuration options.

With the release of the first beta approaching fast, our main focus has switched from adding new features to polishing existing ones. [...] Recently, Ryan and I have spent our time tweaking error messages, simplifying the code and the configuration, adding more documentation, and making things more consistent throughout the framework. The goal is to ease the learning curve and make things that people will need on a day to day basis simpler.

The changes they've made include three updates - better Twig error messaging, better configuration error messaging and some helpful changes to the Doctrine configuration to allow for auto-mapping of connections when the traditional one-database setup is used.

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