A Week of Symfony #629 (14-20 January 2019)

This week, Symfony finally made the switch to the short array notation on its entire codebase. In addition, a security bug bounty program was announced for the Symfony project. Finally, the schedule of SymfonyLive Lille 2019 conference was unveiled. Symfony development highlights This week, 49 pull requests were merged (32 in code and 17 in…

New in Symfony 4.3: DomCrawler improvements

Extract Element Names¶ Contributed by Andrey Helldar in #29127. The extract() method returns the attribute and/or node values from a given list of nodes. You can use the special attribute _text to get the value of nodes. In Symfony 4.3 you can also use the new special attribute _name to get the element name (the…

Security Bug Bounty Program for Symfony

Building secure software is a high priority for any project and Symfony is no exception. Symfony has for a long time now had a process for people to responsibly disclose security issues in order that they can be fixed in a way that keeps those who use the framework secure. Together, with the European Commission…

SymfonyLive Lille 2019: discover the conference schedule!

We’re very pleased to share the conference schedule for SymfonyLive Lille, the French conference, now available online! Nous avons le plaisir de vous partager le programme complet de la conférence SymfonyLive à Lille, organisée le 1er mars prochain à l’Auberge Stéphane Hessel. RDV à 9h15 pour la Keynote d’ouverture présentée par Fabien Potencier qui viendra…

A Week of Symfony #628 (7-13 January 2019)

This week, thanks to the low development activity, we enabled the usage of the PHP short array notation on Symfony code. In the coming weeks we’ll update all our code at once to minimize merge conflicts. Meanwhile, the community proposed some Security-related improvements about Remember me config and IS_AUTHENTICATED_* attributes. Symfony development highlights This week,…

Fostering diversity of thought

During the SymfonyCon hackathon members of the diversity initiative met to discuss how to improve diversity in the Symfony community. Increasing diversity of thought is a huge opportunity to grow collectively as a community. At SymfonyCon Lisbon, together with Anne-Sophie and Emilie, we already managed to implement a lot of small but important details to…

Diversity Update for 2019

SymfonyCon At SymfonyCon I had the pleasure of presenting a talk on what happened during the first year of the diversity initiative. While admittedly there were phases during 2018 where the initiative was lacking momentum, overall it was a great first year. So much so, I had to leave out some details to not run…

SymfonyLive London 2019: the website is online!

Save the date for SymfonyLive London 2019: the conference will take place on September 13th at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge! We’re very pleased to announce that the SymfonyLive London 2019 website is now online. We’ve just opened the early bird registration, you’ll be able to get your early bird ticket until April 8th. The…

Symfony 4.2.2 released

Symfony 4.2.2 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #29494 [HttpFoundation] Fix request uri when it starts with double slashes (@alquerci) bug #29697 [DI] Fixed wrong factory method in exception (@Wojciech Gorczyca) bug #29679 [HttpKernel] Correctly Render Signed URIs Containing Fragments (@zanbaldwin) bug #29754 Ensure final input of…