A Week of Symfony #795 (21-27 March 2022)
This week, Symfony development activity focused on fixing bugs, especially on the HttpClient component, and polishing the new features of the upcoming Symfony 6.1 version, such as the new local switcher. Meanwhile, SymfonyLive Paris 2022 conference is coming in just two weeks and SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022 conference announced the last days of its early bird discounts.
Symfony development highlights
This week, 63 pull requests were merged (37 in code and 26 in docs) and 43 issues were closed (26 in code and 17 in docs). Excluding merges, 38 authors made 3,049 additions and 461 deletions. See details for code and docs.
- 7f34c54: [HttpClient] let cURL handle Content-Length headers
- 6ea4613: [Cache] declaratively declare/hide DoctrineProvider to avoid breaking static analysis
- 002165c: [Mailer] preserve case of headers
- 62344fd: [Serializer] fix denormalizing union types
- 372b8e9: [HttpClient] fix sending PUT requests with cURL
- 66f39b0: [HttpClient] always send Content-Length when a body is passed
- 31a1a2b: [HttpClient] always send Content-Type when a body is passed
- 56b428f: [HttpClient] fix 303 after PUT and sending chunked requests
- 7b43f0f: [Console] fix exit status on uncaught exception with negative code
- 6afaa8c: [Config] fix using null values with config builders
- 21cd0af: [FrameworkBundle] fix exit codes in debug:translation command
- 1b2c9b5: [DoctrineBridge] allow to use a middleware instead of DbalLogger
- 727ca9e: [Translation] fix locales format in CrowdinProvider
- 4efd3ce: [Translation] add content-type for POST translations in LocoProvider
- 1d1dcf8: [Validator] fix @Assert\DivisibleBy not working for 0.01 divisor
- 12130f4: [DependencyInjection] adjust Autowire attribute implementation
- f5a8916: [HttpClient] improve default content-type handling
- 4fe223f: [FrameworkBundle] deprecate the messenger.reset_on_message config option
- 753c846: [TwigBridge] use a div instead of p to prevent invalid HTML
- 6c2087d: [HttpKernel] add LockedHttpException for HTTP Status 423
- 403337e: [FrameworkBundle] add LocaleSwitcher service for Translation
- 68a2ba2: [Notifier] add Sendberry notifier bridge
- 50ca517: [HttpFoundation] add stale while revalidate cache header
- 28ab68e: [Notifier] use Importance level to set flash message type
- 9f28dbd: [Lock] handle CSV DSN in ZookeeperStore
- 50749dd: [Notifier] add Engagespot bridge
- ba72a2f: [SecurityBundle] display the inherited roles of the logged-in user in the WDT
- b5b48c0: [Messenger] allow AsMessageHandler attribute on methods
- c66bb29: [DependencyInjection] allow using expressions as service factories
Newest issues and pull requests
- [RFC][Security] Reduce authentication usage magic?
- [WebProfiler] Add a limit how many profiles should be saved
- [Security] Add Bearer Authenticator
Symfony CLI is a must-have tool when developing Symfony applications on your local machine. It includes the Symfony Local Server, the best way to run local Symfony applications. This week Symfony CLI released its new 5.4.3 and 5.4.4 versions with the following changes:
- When getting project directory, ensure it runs through EvalSymlink
- Remove redundant code (RE: absolute path, cwd)
- Bump deps
- Update supported Platform.sh services
These were some of the most relevant SymfonyCasts updates of the week:
- (Video) Symfony 6 course, Chapter 7: Twig ❤️
- (Video) Symfony 6 course, Chapter 8: Twig Inheritance
- (Video) Symfony 6 course, Chapter 9: Profiler: Your Debugging Best Friend
- (Video) Symfony 6 course, Chapter 10: Assets, CSS, Images, etc
- (Video) EasyAdmin course, Chapter 32: Having Fun with the Menu
- (Video) EasyAdmin course, Chapter 33: Conditionally Disabling an Action
- (Video) EasyAdmin course, Chapter 34: Dynamic Disable an Action & AdminContext
They talked about us
- Your Road To Symfony 6 Certification
- Examine the Reassuringly Robust Flexibility and Extensibility of Symfony Security
- Symfony Station Communiqué — 25 March 2022
- Are you ready to upgrade to Drupal 10? Know how to prepare for the upcoming update!
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