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Symfony 5.1.4 released

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Symfony 4.4.12 released

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Symfony 3.4.44 released

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A Week of Symfony #713 (24-30 August 2020)

This week Symfony merged a ton of bug fixes, including changes for the upcoming PHP 8 version and polyfills for the PHPUnit 9.1 assertions. A new Semaphore component was introduced, as well as support for translatable objects.

A Week of Symfony #712 (17-23 August 2020)

This week, more than 100 pull requests were merged across the board to fix bugs and merge new features. The upcoming Symfony 5.2 version added support for pseudo-localization, Mailer and Notifier components added compatibility with new third-party services and a new build/ directory was added to separate it from the cache directory. In addition, the Symfony 5 book added new languages.

More languages available online for the Symfony 5 book

I've just released 5 additional languages for the Symfony 5 book free online version: Spanish, German, Russian, Italian, and Polish.

A Week of Symfony #711 (10-16 August 2020)

This week, the upcoming Symfony 5.2 version reworked the signal integration in the Console component, continued improving the new Security system with new events and a NullToken voter and introduced autoconfiguration for DataCollectors.

A Week of Symfony #710 (3-9 August 2020)

This week, the HttpClient component added a special EventSourceHttpClient to consume Server-Sent Events. Meanwhile, the Notifier component added new bridges for Zulip and Google Chat. Lastly, the official Symfony Store started shipping all over the world.

Symfony store: we now ship all over the world!

We're pleased to ship all your orders from the Symfony store to your location wherever you are in the world! Order now your Symfony swag! Discover our deals for large order of small Symfony elephpants.

A Week of Symfony #709 (27 July - 2 August 2020)

This week, Symfony postponed SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris conference until next year and announced SymfonyWorld 2020, a new world-wide online conference. In addition, the first translations of the Symfony 5 book were published for free on Symfony website.