Symfony Contracts are a set of abstractions extracted out of the Symfony Components and they can be used to build on semantics that components proved useful - and that already have fully-tested implementations.
In Symfony 4.3, the translation:update command has been improved to also extract translation contents from PHP files.
Call for Papers for SymfonyCon Amsterdam ends on May 24th 2019, submit now your talk proposals for the international Symfony conference!
Symfony 4.3 will improve support of timezones in the Intl, Validator and Form components.
SymfonyLive Warszawa 2019 is coming next month! Today's the very last day to register at regular rates and there are only a few seats left for the workshops, register now!
Symfony 4.3 introduces a new native password encoder to auto-select the best possible hashing algorithm available to hash user passwords.
We’re super excited to announce that Fabien Potencier, Symfony founder, will speak at Amsterdam PHP meetup on June 20th about “Developing Symfony applications in 2019”. Join us there!
Symfony 4.3 adds a new and modern HttpClient component to help you make and process HTTP requests.
DoctrineBundle 1.11.0 has been released with a simpler configuration for Symfony Cache pools, new Messenger middleware services and new utilities to debug failing queries.
Symfony 4.3 will include many new features to improve the Symfony Forms, such as row attributes, custom errors in data mappers and a better form debug command.
We're very pleased to announce the first selected speakers of the conference, check out the conference schedule! Early bird registration is extended to May 10th, register now at early bird before the price changes!
The new Mime component introduced in Symfony 4.3 helps you create and manipulate the MIME messages used to send emails and provides utilities related to MIME types.
In Symfony 4.3, the Messenger component allows to collect messages that fail on all their retries to inspect them and retry/delete them if wanted.
The Symfony Community is not only GitHub. The Symfony Diversity Initiative aims to make all channels fun & safe places to interact with others. This post focuses on what this means for people asking & answering questions on StackOverflow.
Code examples on symfony.com now display a "copy code" button so you can quickly copy their contents to the clipboard.