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1.1 stable release


We are pleased to announce the 1.1 stable release of the CMF. This follows a series of
RCs released over the past weeks that helped us iron out details. It also gave us time
to work on the documentation and so from now on you can find the
documentation for the 1.1 release on symfony.com.


You can find details about the changes and improvements in the
announcement news for the
first RC. In short we have done a lot of work in simplifying the use of the CMF especially
in terms of configuration and debugging. We have also improved performance in a few places
and added various useful features. We also have a new Bundle for SEO optimizations.


Looking ahead the main areas to work on are further speed up performance (especially
with the menu system) and
improvements to the media managament.
We also plan to finish the RoutingAutoBundle
to make it easier to generate routes automatically for content. We also did
initial work on
integrating the CMF with the prismic.io content repository as a service
provider which we hope to mature over the coming months to a viable alternative to our
other storage options.


While the bulk of the work is done by a few regular contributors, we would like to thank
everyone who has submitted improvements small or large. The fact that so many developers
work on the CMF on some level validates the goals of the CMF, bringing together the entire
Symfony2 eco-system to collaborate on CMS functionality. This is probably best highlighted
by the fact of how many projects reference the CMF
routing component and
accompanying RoutingBundle.
Again thank you all for your investment into a stronger community.



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