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ServerGrove Blog:
Why Symfony2 already rocks
February 04, 2011 @ 10:49:30

On the ServerGrove blog today there's a quick new post about why they think Symfony2 already rocks when it comes to features and community.

We have talked quite a bit about Symfony2 earlier in this blog, and like everyone else we are really excited about it. It is a complete rewrite of the framework taking advantage of many of the newest features of PHP 5.3, and let me tell you, it is quite amazing.

They've been using the Symfony2 preview releases to power a control panel for their virtual server offerings. He talks about the current state of the project (features including Twig, a HTTP cache, debugging and security tools) and mentions the Symfony Live event happening in San Francisco next week (more here).

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