In Symfony 3.3, cookies include the new "max-age" attribute and they can be created via PHP strings thanks to a new named constructor.
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This week Symfony fixed some obsolete PHPUnit getMock() usage and introduced new method shortcuts for ArrayNodeDefinition. In addition, the upcoming Symfony 3.3 version proposed the creation of a new WebServerBundle and the deprecation of the Templating component.
Symfony 3.3 improves the formatting of the JSON and Markdown descriptors for console commands.
In addition to some large new features, Symfony 3.3 will also contain minor tweaks to make your work a bit easier.
In Symfony 3.3, the Configuration panel of the Symfony Profiler will show more information about PHP and Symfony.
How to solve the "Undefined class constant PARSE_CONSTANT" error displayed by PHPUnit when running tests in Symfony 3.2 applications.
This week, Symfony focused on fixing some of the issues reported for the recently published 3.2.0 version. In addition, we fixed some issues discovered after the PHP 7.1 version release. Lastly, Apc/WinCache/Xcache class loaders were deprecated in preparation of the upcoming deprecation of the entire ClassLoader component.
In Symfony 3.3, the DomCrawler component added support for the formaction and formmethod attributes that form buttons can define to override the original action and method defined by the form.
The Symfony Security component provides out-of-the-box support for several authentication mechanisms, such as form logins and HTTP. In Symfony 3.3 we added a new mechanism based on JSON.
This week Symfony 3.2.0 was published after six months of intense development activity and including more than 150 new features. Meanwhile, the SymfonyCon Berlin 2016 conference took place and a new project called "Symfony Flex" was announced to improve the way you work with Symfony.