This week, Symfony started performing continuous integration for Windows systems. This resulted in lots of fixes for Windows tests, specially those related to internationalization. Meanwhile, Translation component made the "target" node optional in XLIFF files.
This week, development activity focused on making Symfony compatible both with Twig 1.x and 2.x (see commit). Twig itself showed and impressive activity deprecating features and adding a new collector to get all deprecation notices. Meanwhile, Silex added a new service provider for the Symfony Asset Component and integrated the HTTP Foundation Twig extension.
How to make your code compatible with Twig 2.0?
Mobile phones are taking over the world and, by extension, the web. In this article we'll introduce MobileDetectBundle, which detects mobile devices and helps you redirect users to the appropriate version of your website.
I've just released Twig 1.20.0 which contains a security vulnerability fix for Twig's Sandbox mode.
During these last past months, we've been working very hard to achieve full PHP7 compatibility. This effort accelerated during the past weeks and we're glad to announce that all Symfony maintained branches are now 100% compatible with PHP7.
This week, Symfony 2.8 added a way to define the priority of service decorators. Meanwhile, Debug component improved DebugClassLoader performance significantly on Mac OS X. Lastly, the SymfonyCon Paris 2015 conference announced its full schedule.
The entire schedule for SymfonyCon Paris 2015 is online, check out the speaker lineup and join us at the conference!
Symfony 2.8 will include a redesigned web debug toolbar in preparation for the release of Symfony 3.0. Check out the main changes introduced by the new toolbar.
This week, Symfony 2.6.11 and 2.7.3 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, ACLs were removed from Symfony 2.8 core. In addition, in the last Symfony Core meeting it was decided to add PSR-7 support on a component by component basis.