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New in Symfony 3.3: Lock component

Symfony 3.3 adds a new Lock component that supports different stores (flock, semaphore, Redis, Memcache), auto-expiring locks and combining multiple lock stores.

A week of symfony #534 (20-26 March 2017)

This week, Symfony introduced a new Lock component, added explicit service locators, improved the performance of the route matching,introduced a new AbstractController to replace ControllerTrait, reverted getter injection and continued improving autowiring.

New in Symfony 3.3: Load config files with glob patterns

Symfony 3.3 adds full support for loading config files using glob patterns, both for the container and the routing file loaders.

New in Symfony 3.3: Deprecated cache clear with warmup

Symfony 3.3 deprecates the warmup part of the cache:clear because it does not work well and it doesn't guarantee that the generated cache is exactly the same as the one that would have been generated via cache:warmup.

New in Symfony 3.3: Simpler service configuration

Symfony 3.3 adds new features to simplify services configuration thanks to the default config options and the interface-based config options.

A week of symfony #533 (13-19 March 2017)

This week, development activity focused on finishing some pending features, because Symfony 3.3 "feature freeze" is just two weeks away. First, we merged a new way to see Monolog logs. Then we added support to register a guard expression in the Workflow configuration. Lastly, we introduced container.service_locator tag to replace ServiceLocatorArgument.

New in Symfony 3.3: Kernel Build Method

In Symfony 3.3 it will be easier to write applications that don't use bundles thanks to the new build() method added to the Kernel class.

New in Symfony 3.3: Deprecated X-Status-Code

Symfony 3.3 has deprecated the X-Status-Code HTTP header used to set custom status codes when dealing with exceptions.

SymfonyLive Cologne 2017

The SymfonyLive conference in Germany returns to Cologne on April 5th-7th with workshops, talks and a hackday.