• A short note about PHP5.2 support

    The Symphony 2.3 release opens up a whole new range of possibilities for developers to create awesome sites and applications. We've cleaned up a lot of the codebase and we are always looking at ways to make it leaner and more efficient. Because of this reason, we've decided that the Symphony 2.3 line will be the final releases that we test against PHP5.2.

    We feel that with the recent release of PHP 5.4, now is a good time to end our relationship and look forward to the new possibilities that developing with a PHP 5.3+ codebase brings.

  • Symphony 2.3 Dev Notes #3

    This installment of the 2.3 Dev Notes includes information about the changes to localisation with the introduction of namespaces.

  • Symphony 2.3 Dev Notes #2

    This installment of the 2.3 Dev Notes includes information about multiple output parameters for Section Datasources and Publish Labels for fields.

  • Symphony 2.3 Dev Notes #1

    As Symphony 2.3 progresses, we are going to post intermittent development notes for extension developers to stay up to date and ensure the transition from Symphony 2.2 is to Symphony 2.3 is as seamless as possible.

  • On the horizon, Symphony 2.3

    The release of Symphony 2.2.3 marks the end of development on the 2.2 branch, and the Working Groups are already hard at work on the next release, Symphony 2.3. I thought I'd take some time to outline a couple of the changes that we're working towards in this next release.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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