There is no denying to the fact that PHP is one of the leading programming languages which has raised to be the most effective web development platform in a limited span of time. Its vast popularity can be referred from the statistics that today it is introduced on more than 2.1 million web servers worldwide and 244 million web sites & applications are running on it. This is the reason that ever since PHP conquered the programming world, an incredible number of frameworks arrived with their own set of tools and functionalities to give developers a chance to finish their small or large projects better and faster. A framework inspires better development by ensuring compliant, organized, viable and upgradable code in online applications.

Symfony is a leading PHP framework which is adaptable and capable of meeting all the requirements of advanced users and experts, furthermore it helps to speed up the creation and maintenance of web applications. It has a colossal community of users and contributors; in recent year itself, 550+ people are added to the Symfony core and the community made more than 1,600 bundles for the full-stack framework. With few number of essentials Symfony is easy to install on any configuration; you simply require UNIX or Windows with a web server and PHP installed.  Symfony framework allows the developer to separate and debug individual areas of code. This info-graphic will throw some light on the different versions of Symfony Framework & it’s timeline.