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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.
There are several articles about the awesomely named FrankenPHP. Take your time and enjoy the items most relevant and valuable to you.
My opinions will be in bold.
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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, Symfony 4.4.47, 5.4.14, 6.0.14, and 6.1.6 maintenance versions were released. In addition, we added some new features to the upcoming Symfony 6.2 version, such as listing namespaced commands when running only the namespace as the command name and adding new configurable blocks to the Bootstrap 5 form theme.“
And had this great news:
SymfonyCasts starts a PHPUnit course :
In time for Halloween, Kévin Dunglas introduces:
This is the greatest branding I have ever run across for a PHP-related service. 😺
As Sulu CMS writes in an article below, “FrankenPHP is a new experimental application server created by Kévin Dunglas, a well-known Symfony core team member famous for projects like API Platform and Mercure Hub.”
And Geeks for Geeks has:
Jesus Valera Reales asks:
Flocon de toile shows us how to:
Steph T explains:
Sulus CMS shows us how to:
Per Andre Rønsen explores:
Hash Bang Code looks at:
WebWash explains how to:
Nico Anastasio has:
And he’s not kidding.
Dino Cajic continues his tutorial series:
.com software explores:
Michael Mathews shows us how to:
And WebMeridian explains why it’s important to:
Kerem Güneş explores:
Les-Tilleuls coop reviews the 2022 PHP Forum.
Yahaya Oyinkansola aids us in:
Julien Maury shares:
Pavel Murzakov looks at:
PHP Architect has this video:
Nico Anastasio shares:
Exacat looks at:
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The cyber response to Russia’s War Crimes and other douchebaggery
Ars Techica reports:
The Washington Post explores:
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
PC Mag reports:
The Hill reports:
Annie Button shares:
The Guardian reports:
This is why you should never rely solely on government to protect you, even in a “democracy”.
James Bannister explores:
Mickaël Andrieu shows us:
Joshua Otwell has a quick tutorial:
Jason Knight entertains with:
The legendary Brad Frost explains:
Samuele shows us how to:
Akaki Khotcholava asks:
It’s obvious what the answer is, but this is still a good review of Fleet.
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