A Week of Symfony #816 (15-21 August 2022)
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This week, the upcoming Symfony 6.2 version improved the emoji transliterator feature to support translation of emojis to GitHub and Slack codes and to add integration with the Slugger; it also added the ability to mock the hrtime() function. Lastly, we announced the release of signed packages for Symfony CLI.
Symfony development highlights
This week, 43 pull requests were merged (26 in code and 17 in docs) and 16 issues were closed (14 in code and 2 in docs). Excluding merges, 18 authors made 8,644 additions and 380 deletions. See details for code and docs.
- f454c02: [Console] fix expected command name order with mixed integer and string namespaces
- f91c198: [Mime] fixed the regex used in email image parts
- c77a645: [HttpFoundation] do not send Set-Cookie header twice for deleted session cookie
- 3a90e4c: [Serializer] add missing types to BackedEnumNormalizer
- cb3684e: [Serializer] throw InvalidArgumentException if the data needed in the constructor doesn't belong to a backedEnum
- 5294748: [HttpFoundation] prevent accepted rate limits with no remaining token to be preferred over denied ones
- e34a488: [Messenger] drop Redis proxy classes
- 68fe153: [Intl] update EmojiTransliterator to translate emoji to GitHub and Slack short code
- 1931e87: [String] add support for emoji in AsciiSlugger
- a8eec07: [Intl] better DX when intl package is missing
- 34a00f7: [PhpUnitBridge] add ability to mock the hrtime() function
- 119e7d0: [DoctrineBridge] do not ignore null IDs in EntityValueResolver
- 5be8192: [Clock] use the clock mock to fix transient MonotonicClock tests
- 4c438af: [Messenger] add simple transport based rate limiter to Messenger
- 189b6a3: [Messenger] pass sender details to SendMessageToTransportsEvent
- 98b7cfc: [DependencyInjection] allow service subscribers to return SubscribedService
- 5b9c1c3: [Clock] relax some assertions to transient NativeClock tests
Newest issues and pull requests
- [HttpFoundation] Support for RFC9213 Targeted HTTP Cache Control
- [Mailer] Sending iCal emails
- [Security] login_throttling: allow configuring the multiplier 5
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 5.4.13 version with the following changes:
- Validate the versions of the supported services
- Import previous closed source installer
- Fix version check in local:new when cloning the book
- Fix Composer detection when composer.phar is present in the current directory
- Adapt installer for Symfony CLI v5
They talked about us
- Symfony Station Communiqué - 19 August 2022
- Dynamic PostgreSQL credentials using HashiCorp Vault (with PHP Symfony & Go examples)
- Behat tutorial part 2: testing Symfony 6 application
- Deploy Serverless PHP Symfony App on AWS Lambda
- How to setup JWT authentication with Symfony
- Symfony + React js interview test
- Mon top 5 des PIRES erreurs sous Symfony
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