Introducing Symfony Security Monitoring

Symfony Security Monitoring is a new service that alerts you whenever a security vulnerability is discovered and affects to your projects. It's also a great way to contribute to the development of Symfony.

Symfony 4.0.7 released

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Symfony 3.4.7 released

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Symfony 2.7.44 released

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Symfony 2.8.37 released

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A week of symfony #587 (26 March - 1 April 2018)

This week, Symfony 4.1 entered into its "feature freeze" period, so we finished some of its pending features: improved the Ajax panel in the debug toolbar, made exception pages more compact, avoid the double cache generation when running cache:clear command and lots of other minor changes. In addition, the French Symfony community celebrated the SymfonyLive Paris 2018 conference with great success. Lastly, we added Samuel Rozé as a new member of the Symfony Core Team.

Introducing the Symfony 4 certification

A new Symfony 4 certification exam is now available for developers who want to gain official recognition as Symfony experts.

New in Symfony 4.1: Advanced Console Output

In Symfony 4.1, the output of console commands goes to the next level with multiple editable sections, overwritable contents and dynamic tables.

New in Symfony 4.1: Messenger component

Symfony 4.1 adds a new Messenger component that helps applications send and receive messages to/from other applications or via message queues. It provides a message bus based on middlewares, some routing capabilities and built-in support for AMQP brokers.

New in Symfony 4.1: Autowiring improvements

In Symfony 4.1 you can autowire scalar values to controller action arguments and the configuration of decorated services has been simplified.