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A Week of Symfony #626 (24-30 December 2018)

The last week of 2018 showed a low development activity. The upcoming Symfony 4.3 added a new option to force adding the trailing route parameters and there was a new proposal to add configurable argument value resolvers.

A Week of Symfony #625 (17-23 December 2018)

This week, the upcoming Symfony 4.3 version improved debug:autowiring to make it work without PHPdoc reflection and continued adding links in the console to improve the developer experience. In addition, Symfony explained its business model for the next year and it announced the workshops of the first 2019 conferences in Lille and Paris.

Adding support for Symfony 4.2

SymfonyInsight is now able to analyze Symfony 4.2 applications.

New in FixturesBundle: Group your Fixtures

DoctrineFixturesBundle 3.1.0 has just been published and adds support for organizing fixture classes in groups, so you can load some but not all of them.

New in Twig: Deprecated tag

Twig 1.36 and 2.6 introduce a new tag to deprecate both entire templates and individual template blocks.

New in Symfony 4.3: Console Hyperlinks

In Symfony 4.3, Console applications can render hyperlinks similar to web pages, making any text clickable and pointing it to some arbitrary URL.

SymfonyLive Lille 2019 and Paris 2019: pre-conference workshops are online!

Discover the pre-conference workshops organized at SymfonyLive Lille 2019 and SymfonyLive Paris 2019!

A business model for Symfony

A business model for Symfony

A Week of Symfony #624 (10-16 December 2018)

This week Symfony announced that there will be nine official Symfony conferences in 2019 in eight countries and three continents. Meanwhile, the work on the upcoming Symfony 4.3 started with the addition of new features like hyperlinks support in the console.

SymfonyTour 2019

Next year, we'll meet the Symfony Community in Lille (France), Paris (France), Tunis (Tunisia), São Paulo (Brazil), Warsaw (Poland), London (UK), Berlin (Germany), New-York (USA) and Amsterdam (Netherlands). Discover all the Symfony conferences we'll organize in 2019!

SymfonyCon Lisbon 2018 was a blast!

The international Symfony conference took place last week in Lisbon, Portugal. Let's wrap up this wonderful Symfony week!

Local Web Server Reloaded for Symfony Apps

Developing Symfony apps on your local machine will be a much better and simpler experience thanks to the new Symfony binary provided by SymfonyCloud.

A Week of Symfony #623 (3-9 December 2018)

This week, 2.7.50, 2.8.49, 3.4.20, 4.0.15, 4.1.9 and 4.2.1 were published as maintenance and security releases. In addition, the SymfonyCon Lisbon 2018 conference gathered hundreds of Symfony community members from all around the world.

Symfony 4.2.1 released

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CVE-2018-19789: Disclosure of uploaded files full path

CVE-2018-19789 fixes a possible disclosure of an uploaded temporary file's full path in the form component

CVE-2018-19790: Open Redirect Vulnerability when using Security\Http

CVE-2018-19790 fixes an open redirect vulnerability when using Security\Http

Symfony 4.1.9 released

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Symfony 4.0.15 released

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Symfony 3.4.20 released

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Symfony 2.8.49 released

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Symfony 2.7.50 released

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Meet the newest member of the Symfony family: SymfonyCloud

The one where I announce SymfonyCloud.

A Week of Symfony #622 (26 November - 2 December 2018)

This week, Symfony 2.8.48 (the last one in the 2.x branch), 3.4.19 and 4.1.8 maintenance versions were released. In addition, the first stable version of Symfony 4.2.0 was published. Meanwhile, SymfonyCloud was unveiled as a fully-managed platform created for Symfony developers. SymfonyCloud will be fully introduced next week, during the SymfonyCon Lisbon 2018 conference.