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SensioLabs, symfony community200522|df=yes}}| latest release version = {{Symfony version}}releasedate}}| latest preview version = | latest preview date = id=Q1322933}})| operating system = Cross-platform| platform = | language = | genre = Web application frameworkid=Q1322933}})weblink}}}}Symfony is a PHP web application framework and a set of reusable PHP components/libraries. Symfony was published as free software on October 18, 2005 and released under the MIT license.

Goal

Symfony aims to speed up the creation and maintenance of web applications and to replace repetitive coding tasks.Symfony has a low performance overhead used with a bytecode cache.Symfony is aimed at building robust applications in an enterprise context, and aims to give developers full control over the configuration: from the directory structure to the foreign libraries, almost everything can be customized. To match enterprise development guidelines, Symfony is bundled with additional tools to help developers test, debug and document projects.{{Citation needed|date=March 2009}}

Technical

Symfony was heavily inspired by the Spring Framework.High Performance PHP Framework for Web Development - Symfony. Symfony-reloaded.org. Retrieved on 2014-05-30.Symfony makes heavy use of existing PHP open-source projects as part of the framework, including: Symfony also makes use of its own components, which are freely available on the Symfony Components site for various other projects:
  • Symfony YAML, a YAML parser based upon Spyc
  • Symfony Event Dispatcher
  • Symfony Dependency Injector, a dependency injector
  • Symfony Templating, a templating engine

Sponsors

Symfony is sponsored by SensioLabs, a French software developer and professional services provider.Learn symfony: A Beginner's Tutorial The first name was Sensio Framework,Symfony framework forum: General discussion => New symfony tagline brainstorming {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20081222003213weblink |date=2008-12-22 }} and all classes were therefore prefixed with sf. Later on when it was decided to launch it as open-source framework, the brainstorming resulted in the name symfony (being renamed to Symfony from version 2 and on), which matches the existing theme and class name prefixes.Comments by Sensio Owner {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20081222002518weblink |date=2008-12-22 }}

Real-world usage

Symfony's own website has a comprehensive list of projects using Symfony and a showcase of websites built with Symfony

Releases

Symfony manages its releases through a time-based model; a new Symfony release comes out every six months: one in May and one in November. This release process has been adopted as of Symfony 2.2, and all the "rules" explained in this document must be strictly followed as of Symfony 2.4.The standard version of Symfony is maintained for eight months, whereas long-term support (LTS) versions are supported for three years. A new LTS release is published (wikt:biennially|biennially).symfony-docs/contributing/community/releases.rst at 4cd6dc2825924c9569621bf749f168a7ba2a235d · symfony/symfony-docs · GitHub. Github.com. Retrieved on 2016-03-16.The current LTS release is version 3.4 as perweblink{| class="wikitable"! Color! Meaning Red| Release no longer supported Green| Release still supported Blue| Future release{| class="wikitable"! Version! Release date! Support! PHP version! End of maintenance! Notes| 1.0 January 2007 Three years ≥ 5.0 January 2010|| 1.1 June 2008 One year ≥ 5.1 June 2009| Security-related patches were applied until June 2010| 1.2 December 2008 One year ≥ 5.2 November 2009|| 1.3 November 2009 One year ≥ 5.2.4 November 2010|| 1.4 November 2009 Three years ≥ 5.2.4 November 2012| LTS version. 1.4 is identical to 1.3, but it does not support the 1.3 deprecated features.Symfony Blog - About symfony 1.3 and 1.4| 2.0Symfony blog - Why will Symfony 2.0 finally use PHP 5.3? July 2011Symfony blog - Symfony2 release ≥ 5.3.2 March 2013| Last 2.0.x release was Symfony 2.0.252.0.23 released. Symfony (2013-03-20). Retrieved on 2014-05-30.| 2.1Symfony 2.1.0 released September 2012 Eight months ≥ 5.3.3 June 2013Application programming interface>API.| 2.2 March 2013 Eight months ≥ 5.3.3 November 2013| Various new features.2.2.0. Symfony (2013-03-01). Retrieved on 2014-05-30.| 2.3 June 2013 Three years ≥ 5.3.3 May 2016| The first LTS release, only three months development, normally six months.2.3.0, the first LTS, is now available. Symfony (2013-06-03). Retrieved on 2014-05-30.| 2.4 November 2013 Eight months ≥ 5.3.3 July 2014| The first 2.x branch release with complete backwards compatibility.2.4.0 released. Symfony (2013-12-03). Retrieved on 2014-05-30.| 2.5 May 2014 Eight months ≥ 5.3.3 January 2015|| 2.6 November 2014 Eight months ≥ 5.3.3 July 2015|| 2.7 May 2015 Three years ≥ 5.3.9 May 2018| LTS release.| 2.8 November 2015 Three years ≥ 5.3.9 November 2018| LTS release.| 3.0 November 2015 Eight months ≥ 5.5.9 July 2016|| 3.1 May 2016 Eight months ≥ 5.5.9 January 2017|| 3.2 November 2016 Eight months ≥ 5.5.9 July 2017|| 3.3 June 2017 Eight months≥ 5.5.9 January 2018|| 3.4 November 2017 Three years≥ 5.5.9 November 2020| LTS release.| 4.0 November 2017 Eight months ≥ 7.1.3Bump minimum version to PHP 7.1 for Symfony 4 July 2018| Dropping support for HHVMSymfony 4: End of HHVM support| 4.1 May 2018 Eight months ≥ 7.1.3 January 2019|| 4.2 November 2018 Eight months ≥ 7.1.3 July 2019| | 4.3 May 2019 Eight months ≥ 7.*.* January 2020| Symfony 4.3 will be a stable version published in May 2019.Symfony 4.3: The roadmap

See also

References

{{Reflist|30em}}

Further reading

  • Potencier, Fabien and Zaninotto, François. (2007). The Definitive Guide to symfony. Apress. {{ISBN|1-59059-786-9}}.
  • Potencier, Fabien. (2009). Practical symfony (2009). Sensio Labs Books. Doctrine edition, {{ISBN|978-2-918390-06-0}}, Propel edition, 978-2918390077, and Spanish edition available on lulu.com.
  • Fabien Potencier, Hugo Hamon: Symfony, Mieux développer en PHP avec symfony 1.2 et Doctrine, Eyrolles 2009, {{ISBN|978-2-212-12494-1}}, French
  • Tim Bowler, Wojciech Bancer (2009). Symfony 1.3 Web Application Development, Packt. {{ISBN|978-1-84719-456-5}}.

External links

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