The team behind the Symfony Project have updated their distribution today with the release of version 0.6.2 of the framework. Along with this, they've updated the site with a lot more content, both about their framework (documentation updates) and some samples showing how to use it (new tutorials).
First off, there's a new tutorial covering the use of sortable lists with the framework - comapring and contrasting it to the normal Ajax methods of creating these lists.
Secondly, they've published new extensive documentation about the Ajax helpers the framework uses to speed coding time and make advanced functionality simple to add. Several of them are even based on the Rails+script.aculo.us features so many developers look for.
Lastly, the askeet tutorial series has been updated to make it a bit more "newbie friendly", taking some of the things down a level furhter for those just diving into the wild world of Ajax.
It's great to see this quickly maturing framework keep its push going - past the 6 month mark now - and just keeps getting better with each version.