The first ever Symfony Community Hack Day (online) is only a few days away (July 5th)! Join us to work on making the entire Symfony eco-system easier to use and more powerful. Let's make the Symfony Developer Experience exceptional!
This week Symfony simplified the configuration when defining controllers as services that implement the __invoke() method and refactored the CssSelector to remove the circular object graph in order to enable the garbage collector and to reduce the memory consumption. Lastly, stay tuned next week for the first DX Community Hackday scheduled for July 5th.
Message Queues are not a new concept – neither is Push Notifications and surely not HTTP Posts for that matter. However, when you combine these ideas with Symfony you have a very flexible queueing system.
Symfony ACL allows to manage user permissions to suit the most complex security needs. The major drawback of ACL is that the code required to deal with permissions is too verbose. To help you manage and debug ACL, Symfony 2.6 will introduce a new command called acl:set.
As of Symfony 2.6, you can use the KiB (kibibyte) and MiB (mebibytes) binary units to set the maximum file size of the FileValidator constraint.
What a week for the Symfony project! First, the long-awaited redesign of symfony.com website was unveiled. Then, the dates and first details of SymfonyCon 2014 conference were announced. Lastly, the DX (Developer eXperience) initiative was introduced to improve the experience of using Symfony and a community hack day was announced for July 5th.
YAML component will add support for objet-maps starting from the 2.6 version. This will make Symfony get closer to full support of the YAML 1.2 specification.
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The international Symfony conference will be held in Madrid at the Hotel Auditorium, from November 27 to 29; register today!
Today we are proud to introduce the most significant symfony.com update in the last four years.