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  • Announcing Symphony 2.2.3

    The Symphony working groups are pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.2.3, a bugfix and maintenance release.

  • Symphony API Documentation

    Documentation has never been Symphony's strong point. More specifically, before Symphony 2.2 comments in the actual code were both cryptic and sparse. However the release of Symphony 2.2.2 marks a special milestone in its history — Symphony now has a fully documented core.

  • Announcing Symphony 2.2.2

    Have you ever been happily basking in Symphony's warm, content-managey glow and wondered to yourself, "Self, could life possibly get any better than this"? Well, guess what... It just did.

  • Some love for XML Element

    With the upcoming release of Symphony 2.2.2, XMLElement has been given some love with some a couple of new methods to help make working with XMLElement easier for developers.

  • Taking Care of our Issues

    The official Symphony issue tracker is moving to Github. Here's what you need to know.

  • Let There Be Docs!

    Craig announces a change of direction in his ongoing efforts to write about Symphony.

  • Embracing Open Source Development

    Symphony didn't start its life as open source software. It took more than two years for us to transition from a closed source to the open MIT license we use today. And even since then, the platform has still always been officially managed by a company. Its leadership, the Symphony Team, have always been employees—first of Twenty-one Degrees, then of Symphony CMS Ltd.

  • Allen Chang’s Origin Story

    Allen, co-creator and chief architect of Symphony takes a journey all the way back to his misspent youth as a ninja assassin in training, slashing his way through both turmoil and triumph in the content management scene. He recounts his story with detail and historical accuracy; the comrades he fought battles with, some to their eventual departure. The gripping story will make you laugh and cry; it'll leave you perplexed and maybe even aroused.

    Read Allen's story now to enrich your brain with Symphony's backstory.

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