Symfony Framework
A clear choice in development toolsets providing rich components and bundles to provide robust user-oriented applications and experiences for users

Symfony is an open source PHP framework with an architecture designed to separate applications into logical components.

Build high-performance complex applications while eliminating the stressful coding process for development teams and reducing development budget.
Symfony simplifies coding for developers and makes it a lot easier due to its readily available high-end framework configuration and component. Symfony is a vital aspect of PHP5 and a skeleton of your application.
Symfony is a set of PHP Components, a Web Application framework, a Philosophy, and a Community — all working together in harmony.
The Leading PHP Framework

The leading PHP framework to create websites and web applications. Built on top of the Symfony Components.


Permanence & Longevity

The Symfony ecosystem has evolved with and around Symfony since its launch: the communities and many other service companies that have invested in the framework.



Symfony is everything that you would come to expect from a framework: speed, flexibility, reusable components, etc. Then there is the structure of what has been developed and the use of best practices.

Plays Well With Others: Interoperability

Use certain pieces of Symfony's software building blocks (dependency injector, translations management, forms management, etc.) without necessarily using all of the Symfony framework in its entirety. Allow yourself to build applications that precisely meets your needs!

Best Practices

Developers working in Symfony can work both efficiently and effectively on the most complex aspects of a task. With the use of Best Practices, they can better guarantees the stability, maintainability, and upgradeability of Symfony applications you develop.


Framework Means Focus

Symfony is a set of prefabricated, rapidly integratable software components -- engineers have to write less commonly-used code, with less risk of error. This means greater productivity and focus on developing areas providing greater added value,  managing guiding principles, and application-specific customizations.