Symfony 3.4.10 released

Symfony 3.4.10 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #27264 [Validator] Use strict type in URL validator (@mimol91) bug #27267 [DependencyInjection] resolve array env vars (@jamesthomasonjr) bug #26781 [Form] Fix precision of MoneyToLocalizedStringTransformer’s divisions on transform() (@syastrebov) bug #27286 [Translation] Add Occitan plural rule (@kylekatarnls) bug #27271 [DI]…

Symfony 2.8.40 released

Symfony 2.8.40 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #26781 [Form] Fix precision of MoneyToLocalizedStringTransformer’s divisions on transform() (@syastrebov) bug #27286 [Translation] Add Occitan plural rule (@kylekatarnls) bug #27246 Disallow invalid characters in session.name (@ostrolucky) bug #24805 [Security] Fix logout (@MatTheCat) bug #27141 [Process] Suppress warnings when ope…

Symfony 2.7.47 released

Symfony 2.7.47 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #26781 [Form] Fix precision of MoneyToLocalizedStringTransformer’s divisions on transform() (@syastrebov) bug #27286 [Translation] Add Occitan plural rule (@kylekatarnls) bug #27246 Disallow invalid characters in session.name (@ostrolucky) bug #24805 [Security] Fix logout (@MatTheCat) bug #27141 [Process] Suppress warnings when ope…

A week of symfony #594 (14-20 May 2018)

This week, we continued polishing Symfony 4.1 before its stable release in two weeks. Our focus was on the Messenger component, which gained a ChainSender to implement multiple senders and also added support for middleware factories in config. Meanwhile, the work on Symfony 4.2 has already started and we added support for meta refresh in…

New in Symfony 4.1: Faster serializer

Contributed by Kévin Dunglas and Nicolas Grekas in #27049 and #27105. The Serializer component will be much faster in Symfony 4.1, improving the performance of your applications up to 40%. Best of all, you don’t have to make any change in your code to make it faster. Just upgrade to Symfony 4.1 when it releases…

New in Symfony 4.1: Hidden services

Contributed by Nicolas Grekas in #26921. In Symfony 3.4 we made all Symfony services private by default. This is generally better and makes applications more robust (as explained in the previous post) but it also has some drawbacks. The debug:container command for example hides the private services by default, so it’s no longer useful to…

Diversity Initiative: The CARE Team

Adopting a Code of Conduct was a great step forward for the Symfony community. Now, if a community member encounters an issue of harassment or other unwanted behavior, they need to be able to report it and get support. This is one of the roles of the CARE team. Today, I’m very honored and proud…

A week of symfony #593 (7-13 May 2018)

This week, the first beta of Symfony 4.1 was released, allowing you to test it more easily in your projects. We also posted some important updates about our diversity initiative. Lastly, we unveiled some new features for symfony.com, such as a new “dark theme” / “night mode”. Symfony development highlights 3.4 changelog: 5deb504: [HttpKernel] handle…

Symfony Website Updates #2

Lately we’ve been busy improving and adding features to the symfony.com website. This article recaps the most important new features. See past events and add events to your calendar¶ The Events & Meetups section, where anybody from the community can publish their Symfony-related events, has been improved to show all the past events. This will…