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  1. Contributing
  2. Plugins
  3. Symfony in your language
  4. FAQ and Howtos
  5. Installing symfony

Symfony world

More than 500 websites around the world publicly declare that they use symfony, including very big ones. Check the List of symfony applications, where you can add your own website.

If you look for a symfony developer, check out the list of developers for hire. If you want to offer a position for a symfony developer, head to the list of job openings. Please keep these two pages up do date and remove outdated profiles/offers.

Many hosts propose special assistance and ressources for symfony application. If you look for a place to publish your website, check the list of hosts supporting symfony.

For more news about symfony, you can read some of the blogs regularly posting about symfony.

Symfony wiki

This is the symfony community wiki. It contains user-contributed documentation, tutorials and resources. For updates about the symfony core, you can browse the source, check the last changes or see the bug reports. Contributions and comments are welcome.



Symfony in your language

Localized resources are available in several languages:

The askeet tutorial has built-in translations. If you want to add another translation or contribute to ongoing efforts, read the documentation contributors guide.

Symfony communities exist in many languages. Check the existing localized mailing-lists and Localized IRC channels.

The wiki also contains old (and outdated) translations of the documentation: My first project, symfony Book.

FAQ and Howtos

Installing symfony

Because many people have had problems using pear for installation, the officialy recommended way of installing symfony is using a svn export/checkout, or extracting a package.