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Introducing Deptrac, a tool that helps you keep dependencies between the layers in your architecture under control. It provides you with insight into the current state of these dependencies, and warns you when you introduce new unwanted ones.
This week Symfony published 2.3.40 and 2.7.12 maintenance versions and unveiled its new documentation search engine. Meanwhile, in the Symfony ecosystem, Silex added support for the Guard security component and Swiftmailer fixed lots of issues. Lastly, the SymfonyLive Cologne 2016 conference was held with great success.
This use case explains how we created the new search engine for the documentation published on symfony.com.
In Symfony 3.1, the YAML component introduces configuration flags to simplify the parsing/dumping methods and to keep adding new features.
Pagekit is an Open Source CMS built with several Symfony Components. Recently we had the opportunity to meet with Jan Schönherr, one of its lead developers, and we talked with him about Symfony and Pagekit.
This week Symfony worked again on preparing the release of Symfony 3.1, which will happen at the end of the next month. In addition to finishing the new Cache component integration, the serializer integrated the PropertyInfo component. Lastly, next week the Symfony Live Cologne 2016 conference will take place.
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