Posts marked with “symfony”

Introducing four new PHP 5.3 components and Goutte, a simple web scraper

by · April 22, 2010


To support Symfony 2’s development, Fabien Potencier, lead of Symfony, has release four PHP 5.3 components: BrowserKit, CssSelector, DomCrawler and Process. A new web scraper/crawler has also been released, which uses these components along with Zend Framework’s Date, Uri, Http, and Validate components.


Diem version 5.0.0 released, now stable

by · March 13, 2010


Since development of version 5.0 started Diem has been an open source initiative. The first stable version is now released.


5 PHP frameworks you should check out

by · March 1, 2010


Everyone is using frameworks these days, but which one is right for you?


NetBeans IDE 6.9 Milestone 1 Available for Download

by · February 27, 2010


The latest release of NetBeans adds something many PHP developers have patiently waited for: Zend Framework support. This, and other features, make it a viable candidate for a PHP developer’s IDE.


Symfony 2 benchmarks: more than meets the eye?

by · February 22, 2010


Symfony 2 benchmarks released on his site show that Symfony 2 is faster than many of the common PHP frameworks out there, but Solar developer Paul Jones has had trouble confirming his findings.