Symfony is a PHP framework which helps you build enterprise level applications. This framework makes web development easier and lets the customers obtain what they need with lower costs and just in time. Symfony framework is one of today’s most innovative technologies in web development that allows realizing of complicated solutions with reduced time and effort wasting. Future Profilez Symfony framework services are based on elevation of quality, attractive performance, uniqueness and functionality of your website or web application. It has a low performance overhead used with a byte code 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.
Symfony is sponsored by SensioLabs, a French software developer and professional services provider. The first name was Sensio Framework, and all classes were 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), the name which depicts[clarification needed] the theme and class name prefixes. Symfony is used by the open-source Q&A service Askeet and many more applications, including Delicious. At one time it was used for 20 million users of Yahoo! Bookmarks. As of February 2009, Dailymotion.com has ported part of its code to use Symfony and is continuing the transition. Symfony2 is used by OpenSky, a social shopping platform, and the Symfony framework is also used by the massively multiplayer online browser game eRepublik, and by the content management framework, eZ Publish in version 5. Drupal 8 also has incorporated components of Symfony in its next release
The technological benefits of Symfony:
- Faster and less greedy
- Unlimited flexibility
- Stable and sustainable
- The joy of developing
- Ease of use
6 good reasons to use Symfony: