This week, Symfony development activity included some forward-compatibility changes for PHP 7.2, improvements in the PHPdoc @return of hundreds of methods so your IDE provides better information, a new Traceable Cache Adapter to collect the Cache information and integrate it in the web debug toolbar and the profiler and improvements in the workflows to allow multiple transitions with the same name.
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.
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.
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.
This week Symfony released the 2.7.21, 2.8.14 and 3.1.7 maintenance versions. In addition, it published 3.2.0 Release Candidate 2, which will be the last version before the final 3.2.0 release in a few days. Lastly, next week the SymfonyCon Berlin 2016 conference will gather the entire community for the world's biggest Symfony event.
This week Symfony released the Symfony 3.2 Release Candidate 1 version in preparation for its final release in two weeks. Meanwhile, Twig released its 1.28 version, with lots of great new features and Symfony made it the minimum Twig version starting from Symfony 2.7. Lastly, the SymfonyCon Berlin conference, the world's biggest Symfony conference, will take place in just 10 days.
This week, the upcoming Symfony 3.2 version focused on the Workflow component, which added support for State Machines and many other minor tweaks and improvements. Meanwhile, Twig showed a frenetic development activity, adding "is defined" support for blocks and constants, improving the performance of getAttribute() and adding a new 'with' tag.
This week, Symfony continued merging the last new features before the Symfony 3.2 final release at the end of this month. A new firewall config class was introduced and integrated into the Symfony profiler. In addition, the autowiring setter injection support was reverted to make it more robust and add it back in Symfony 3.3.