Published by Fabian on 29 Jun 2008
Fabien promised in a recent blog post:
Before we release symfony 1.1 later this week[...]
Well he did it. One hour left in this week and he pushed the button.
Ill try to briefly highlight the changes:
- Really nice object oriented forms support. Inspired by Django
- symfonys new format feature lets you easily present the same content as html, xml, json or for special browsers, like the iphone
- Pluggable ORM. Replace Propel 1.2 by Doctrine if you like, or by Propel 1.3 which is better
- New Task system for writing batch or cron job like scripts.
- Improved YAML reading
- Improved Command Line Interface to aid development efforts
- Plugin management has been greatly improved
- Many parts of symfony are now configurable in factories.yml, thus allowing you to override many parts
- New event system used internaly. You dont have to care or worry about it if you are not interested
- List of resolved tickets (+ many more not captured in TRAC)
If anyone still is intered in it: Today also the latest maintenance release for 1.0.17 was released.
Also lets take some time to celebrate the 10,000 symfony commit, which is already the first step towards symfony 1.2.
Fantastic day for symfony