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Symfony Project:
Heading towards symfony 1.0
August 25, 2006 @ 08:23:29

The Symfony Project has posted an update on this blog about the progress they're making towards version 1.0 of their framework, including a detailed list of new additions.

If you watch the timeline, you probably noticed the important number of updates of these last days. If you opened a ticket, you also probably noticed that more than 160 tickets were fixed since 0.6.3. There are a lot of changes in symfony lately (see the changelog for the full list), and here is a brief overview of the important stuff.

Included in the list are things like:

  • Many-to-many relationships
  • New CLI tasks
  • AJAX actions have no layout by default
  • my* Classes
  • Validators

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