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Welcome to this week's Symfony Station Communiqué. It's your review of the essential news in the Symfony and PHP development communities. We also cover the cybersecurity world in detail.
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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, Symfony development activity focused on ULID and UUID generation. In addition to fixing some bugs and adding new Max UUID and Max ULID values, we added support for UUID v7 and v8. Lastly, we published an article about solving the SPA or traditional app dilemma in Symfony applications.“
William Arin share that he “had a monolithic dream. While the world is falling apart into microservices, I had a vision of WordPress and Symfony merging together. The monolith was so big it could fill an ocean. The dream was so clear it was almost like I've done it. So I tried to do it, and it was actually much easier than expected.
Sword is WordPress run by Symfony. Your WordPress code has access to all Symfony features, while your Symfony code can be WordPress-independent. Build your theme or child-theme just like you would build a Symfony app.”
I plan on checking this out when I have time. Very interesting.
Tutomarks shares this video.
Why you would want to do this, I don’t know.
.com continues his series:
And has this exciting announcement of a new project:
Jarek looks at:
Integral Service explores:
Graziano Casto starts a new series:
Jack Seifert asks:
Théodore Biadala shares:
The Drupal Association addressed the issue here:
Jacob Rockowitz provides an update on his blueprint module:
Roman Ushakov examines:
H Bahonar show us how to:
Walter Nascimento explores:
Andrew Pogulailo looks at:
.com wants us to:
Dan Jones explores:
Peham Raza shares:
Manjit Baishya is learning PHP and sharing some good insights.
Matthias Noback asks:
IT Exam Tools shares:
Sergey Shkarupa looks at:
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WP Tavern reports:
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
Venture Beat reports on:
Alexis C. Gridel shows us:
Tyler Lacoma shares:
Maryam Sulemani explores:
Mickaël Andrieu looks at:
And .com shares:
Speaking of SQL, OpenLampTech recently interviewed me.
I enjoyed the interview and want to thank Joshua here.
Richard Rembert shares:
GitHub reflects on:
Rizèl Scarlett asks:
John Collinsworth reflects on:
There is a quote in here similar to what I have been saying till I am blue in the face. “The only thing React is good at is being popular.”
Fatfish (Catfish’s cousin) shares the:
Jason Knight says:
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