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A week of symfony #571 (4-10 December 2017)

This week, Symfony released five new maintenance versions for the branches that have active support: 2.7.39, 2.8.32, 3.3.14, 3.4.1, 4.0.1. In addition, we continued our efforts towards creating a more diverse Symfony community.

A week of symfony #570 (27 November - 3 December 2017)

This week, Symfony 4.0 was released. This is not just a new major Symfony version, it's an entirely re-imagined and simplified developer experience. In addition, Symfony 3.4 was released, which is a long term support version (bugs fixed until November 2020). Lastly, the Symfony diversity initiative got a boost with the appointment of Lukas Kahwe Smith as the leader of this important initiative.

A week of symfony #569 (20-26 November 2017)

This week Symfony focused on fixing the issues and edge cases reported by Symfony 4 beta testers. In addition, the first release candidate versions for Symfony 3.4 and 4.0 were published, in advance of their final release next Thursday November 30th. Lastly, we introduced Symfony Maker a modern and lightweight code generator.

A week of symfony #568 (13-19 November 2017)

This week, Symfony celebrated SymfonyCon, its annual global conference, in Cluj (Romania) with great success. Meanwhile, several maintenance versions were published to address some security advisories. Lastly, the community gathered around the SymfonyCon Hack Day to help preparing for Symfony 4 bundle support.

A week of symfony #567 (6-12 November 2017)

This week, Symfony 2.7.36, 2.8.29 and 3.3.11 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, Symfony focused on improving the performance of the upcoming Symfony 3.4 and 4.0 versions: optimized deprecations, better aggregation of notices, added a feature to inline related services and other micro-optimizations.

A week of symfony #566 (30 October - 5 November 2017)

This week Symfony continued polishing the upcoming Symfony 3.4 and 4.0 versions (to be released at the end of this month). The most relevant change was the refactorization of how services can be reset for each request. Meanwhile, next week ends the voting period for the Symfony Community Awards 2017. Vote now!

A week of symfony #565 (23-29 October 2017)

This week Symfony continued polishing the new features introduced in the upcoming Symfony 3.4 and 4.0 versions. The main change was the introduction of a new config option to opt-out from legacy autowiring. In addition, the Symfony Community Awards 2017 were announced in preparation for SymfonyCon Cluj 2017, which will take place in just three weeks.

A week of symfony #564 (16-22 October 2017)

This week, the first beta of Symfony 3.4 and Symfony 4.0 were released, so you can test them more easily in your applications before their final release at the end of November. Meanwhile, we continued fixing bugs and polishing the new features, such as the new secure and lazy sessions and the new debug:autowiring command.

A week of symfony #563 (9-15 October 2017)

This week Symfony continued polishing the new features introduced for the upcoming Symfony 3.4 version and completed the changes needed to make every Symfony application compatible with PHP 7.2 Meanwhile, we worked on making sessions secure and lazy. Finally, a scholarship and volunteer program was announced for SymfonyCon 2017 conference.

A week of symfony #562 (2-8 October 2017)

This week Symfony released 2.7.35, 2.8.28 and 3.3.10 maintenance versions. Meanwhile, Symfony 3.4 continued working on polishing its new features, such as new HTML5 form types, a better first-time experience and made the profiler resettable.