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Welcome to this week's Symfony Station Communiqué. It's your weekly review of the essential news in the Symfony and PHP development communities. We also cover the cybersecurity world in detail this week. Because privacy and cuntitry.
Take your time and enjoy the items most relevant and valuable to you.
My opinions will be in bold. Be forewarned, I will be doing some rage posting.
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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, Symfony officially introduced ux.symfony.com website alongside four new UX components (including a way to render React components and Ajax-powered autocomplete fields). In addition, it improved lazy services to allow using ghost objects and improved the usage of Enums in YAML config files.“
In case you didn’t know, SensioLabs is the company that created Symfony. They are celebrating.
SymfonyCasts continues expanding their Symfony 6 Fundamentals Course.
Nicolás Mercado looks at coding platforms and philosophy. How could that not be our featured item? The points he makes about WordPress apply to any platform.
Sergii Demianchuk continues his look at Symfony and Elasticsearch
Tomas Votruba has:
The Peoples Blog:
Jeferson Guedes looks at:
Pascal Landau continues his series on Symfony and Make
eCommerce events shares:
Palantir provides a:
Dropsolid make a solid argument as to:
Hashbang Code has the definitive (and I mean definitive) article on:
Tomas Votruba has:
The PHP Foundation published:
PHP Watch has:
Coding Karma has some:
Mert Simsek shows us how to:
Kodwings shows us how to use the:
Again, Dino Cajic has PHP tutorials for us:
He’s into the good stuff now. 63 and 64 are out as well.
Chris Wolf has this fantastic article:
Pascal Landau shows us:
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Venture Beat reports:
Fast Company reports:
The Guardian reports:
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
The Jerusalem Post reports:
The Hill reports:
Since six c⭐nts on the supreme court have decided half the U.S. population does not have a right to privacy, we’re renaming this section to Cybersecurity/Privacy.
I wasn’t sure whether to put this under the evil empire or cybersecurity/privacy.
But, the Guardian has:
MIT Technology Review reports:
The Washington Post has:
Here’s some more great advice for anyone interested in privacy. And you fucking should be.
In a great article, Rohan Kumar explores:
The Next Web reports:
The Register reports on the:
The MIT Technology Review reports:
Cosmos Magazine reports:
Matthew Butterick has this tongue-in-cheek article for us on GitHub’s CoPilot.
GitHub itself has:
And the Software Freedom Conservancy advises:
Semrush shows us:
OpenLampTech has a:
Ben is of DatabaseStar fame.
Dusted Codes opines:
ADEO has this very solid article:
Pragpub has a grumpy old man rant for us:
As a fellow grump I sympathize. ;) See my somewhat similar rant.
But, I am not always pissed off. Once in a full cold blue wolf harvest moon, I have a moment of joy. ⬇️
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