• 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.

  • Announcing Symphony 2.2.1

    Call it a spring cleaning—the first maintenance update for Symphony 2.2 features dozens of bug fixes and improvements.

  • Announcing Symphony 2.2

    On behalf of the Symphony team and the working groups, I'm pleased to announce the immediate availability of Symphony 2.2.

  • A Guide to Email Gateways in Symphony 2.2

    Email sending functionalities can vary from server to server. Symphony 2.2 introduces a new email API that allows the use of different “gateways” for sending email.

  • A Guide to Language Management in Symphony 2.2

    Symphony's support for localization continues to mature in version 2.2. This post details the most recent changes.

  • A Guide to CSS and Layout Changes in Symphony 2.2

    Working with the back-end UI has never been easier than it is in Symphony 2.2. Find out why.

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  • PHP's LibXML module, with the XSLT extension enabled (--with-xsl)
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  • Apache's mod_rewrite module or equivalent

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