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The gold-standard of PHP frameworks. contributes to Symfony

Web development, training, conferences… has been supporting the growth of Symfony since its first steps. Today we count many Symfony certified employees in our company and two members of the Core Team.

One of the most popular Web framework

Symfony has a strong community composed of more than 600000 developers who contribute to its development by fixing bugs, adding functionalities and publishing reusable modules. Such a strong and organized community ensures an unrivaled durability to the framework, as well as a significant sharing of knowledge.

Symfony is used by a very large number of companies such as Apple, Spotify, Yahoo, Dailymotion, Deezer, BlaBlaCar, Meetic, Trivago, Peugeot, Orange, La Poste or Attractive World. The following free softwares also use Symfony: Laravel, Drupal, Magento, OroCRM, eZ Publish, Prestashop, Akeneo PIM and phpBB.

Symfony and us

  • 2 members of the Core team
  • +10 Symfony certified programmers
  • Speakers at their conferences
  • Official Partner

Symfony's key figures

2core team members
First released in2015
Current version7.1
Our team

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Antoine Bluchet

Principal developer


Kévin Dunglas



Grégoire Hébert

Principal developer


Marion Agé



Vincent Chalamon


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France TV

France TV

We maintain and upgrade the France Télévisions group's common information platform, consisting of a headless CMS (API, back-office, ETL, etc.) with a focus on quality and performance.

Izi by EDF

Izi by EDF

We're working with the Izi by EDF team on the evolution of their Symfony-based website and the implementation of their Bolt-based CMS.

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