Lukas Smith's Blog: Symfony2, what I think is still left to do
Note: This article was originally published at PHPDeveloper on 19 April 2011.
Lukas Smith has posted some of the things he thinks the Symfony2 framework still has left to do before it can be released in a stable form.
The goal of this blog post is to number one serve me as a todo list of stuff that I personally think needs to be fixed before Symfony2 can be released. Hopefully it will also entice some people to help out with these tasks. I am focusing on the medium to large tasks. There are of course still a fair number of smaller fixes that need to be applied.
Items on the list include:
- switch Security/Validation components to using message key's rather than full sentences
- Assetic documentation
- Adding a DIC aware Serializer
- Better support for SSL'ed urls and assets
- ttempt to automatically determine service scopes