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Lukas Smith's Blog:
Symfony2, what I think is still left to do
April 19, 2011 @ 09:05:11

Lukas Smith has posted some of the things he thinks the Symfony2 framework still has left to do before it can be released in a stable form.

The goal of this blog post is to number one serve me as a todo list of stuff that I personally think needs to be fixed before Symfony2 can be released. Hopefully it will also entice some people to help out with these tasks. I am focusing on the medium to large tasks. There are of course still a fair number of smaller fixes that need to be applied.

Items on the list include:

  • switch Security/Validation components to using message key's rather than full sentences
  • Assetic documentation
  • Adding a DIC aware Serializer
  • Better support for SSL'ed urls and assets
  • ttempt to automatically determine service scopes
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