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Symfony Blog:
New in symfony 1.2 Small things matter
September 03, 2008 @ 09:33:28

In this new post to the symfony blog today Fabien talks about some of the "small things" that help to make this latest version of the framework (1.2) even better.

As for every symfony version, we try to simplify the API and make it more intuitive and powerful. Here are some examples that you will soon enjoy in symfony 1.2.

There's four included in the post (and many more in the framework):

  • Application name in CLI tasks
  • Native PUT and DELETE support from the browser
  • Shortcuts in the response
  • sfValidatorSchemaCompare validator
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