On the Symfony blog today Fabien Potencier talks about some small things that matter - some of the smaller updates that have been made to the Symfony 2 framework recently that have helped to make it better and more flexible.
Every new Symfony release tries to brings some small but useful improvements. Let's dive into some of them for Symfony 2.3 (in no particular order).
Things in his list include:
- A text-based output of the exception handling stack trace
- A default configuration for the Serializer component
- The ability to run the framework in a production environment in development
- An update to make debugging configuration parameters easier
- Conversion process of short controller names
- Overload generated code in the bundle bootstrapping code
Check out the post for the rest of the changes on his list and check out the RC1 of Symfony 2.3.0 to see some of them in action.