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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 4.4.46, 5.4.13, 6.0.13 and 6.1.5 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, we continued merging new features into the upcoming Symfony 6.2 version: simplified adding MIME parts to email messages, allow creating lazy-loading classes using constructors, redesigned the mailer panel in the Profiler, and added an option to make the YamlEncoder indentation configurable.“
Platform .sh announced:
SymfonyCasts nears the end of their Doctrine course:
Michael Bodnarchuk aka @davert shares:
Yeah. Dependencies suck.
Thomas Dutrion explores:
Cosmin Sandu shows us:
.com software wants us to:
Martin Schindler provides a:
Lucas Teixeira dos Santos Santana has an:
And Nataliia Polomkina has:
Mike Herchel has some great news for the frontend of Drupal.
Drupal also has:
Agiledrop shows us:
Aaron Crosman has an interesting observation:
Jay Callicott shows us how to:
It’s a good look at Posts, Mentions, Threads, Timeline, and Likes.
Dries Buytaert gave his:
Open Swoole announces:
Matthias Noback explains why:
Tom Smykowski explores:
Dariusz Gafka explores:
Himadri Patel has:
M. Akbar Nugroho looks at:
Free Code Camp has this quick tutorial:
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The cyber response to Russia’s War Crimes and other douchebaggery
The Atlantic reports:
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
Freecodecamp has this informative piece:
Shawn Wildermuth compares:
Somnath Singh opines about React, Next, and Qwik:
If only this were true. But we can hope. 😉
Speaking of which, Craig Buckler has:
And FrontendMaster looks at the history of JS and:
For those of you who are CSS challenged, Free Code Camp has:
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