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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.
Take your time and enjoy the items most relevant and valuable to you.
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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, after the successful release of Symfony 6.1, we started working on the upcoming Symfony 6.2 version (to be released at the end of November 2022). The first new features added to it were the deprecation of the loose e-mail validation and the option to override the form label and help contents. Meanwhile, the SymfonyWorld Online 2022 Summer Edition conference is coming in less than two weeks.”
We are tooting our own horn this week with the featured post.
What’s the fix?
As the title of this article implies, developing for the frontend of the web can be a cluster. I hope to help you make some sense of it in this in-depth article. And I will provide some optimal solutions for minimizing the headaches.
Frontend Madness: SPAs, MPAs, PWAs, Decoupled, Hybrid, Monolithic, Libraries, Frameworks! WTF for your PHP backend?
Demianchuk Sergii explores:
Edouard Courty shows us:
I ran across this from ThemeForest and thought it was interesting.
If you subscribe to [php]architect, they have a new Symfony article.
Coding 010 looks at:
PreviousNext shows us:
TechRepublic shows us how to:
Sulu CMS has a new case study.
Kyanon Digital asks:
The Drupal Association announced their:
Alex Borsody followed up his presentation at DrupalCon with an article. Check out:
Samuel Mortenson has a fascinating article.
Phillip Norton shares:
This was interesting to me because I struggle with updating Drupal manually.
Lee Rowlands looks at:
The June edition of [php]architect is out.
I ran across a tool that explores recent additions to the PHP language.
Imenso Software shares:
Jetbrains announced that the early access program for the next version of PhpStorm is available.
Nicolas Valverde shows us:
In Spanish, Gustavo H. S. Andrade explains generators in PHP:
Dino Cajic continues his PHP tutorial series:
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The cyber response to Russia’s War Crimes
Business Insider reports:
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
The MIT Technology Review examines:
PCMag reports thay:
Defense News reports:
The MIT Technology Review reports:
NBC News reports:
Veloxity reports on:
If you’re dumb enough to buy, you best beware.
Joshua Otwell looks at:
The New Stack looks at:
The Brookings Institute reports on:
The Next Web asks:
The Pragmatic Engineer looks at approaches to:
For you Linux users, Durgesh Verma compares:
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