This week, Symfony added a new shortcut to render forms and set the needed HTTP status code when the form contains errors. In addition, Symfony appointed Oskar Stark as a new member of the Symfony Core team and it published an update on the diversity initiative.
This week, Symfony added support for binary/negatable options in console commands and introduced a feature in PhpUnitBridge to log deprecations into a file. In addition, it fixed some PHP 8 compatibility in DependencyInjection component and added future PHP 8.1 compatibility in VarDumper component.
This week, Symfony development activity focused on fixing some small issues. In addition, we published the Symfony 2020 Year in Review to summarize the Symfony activity during the past year.
Summary of the weekly activity of the Symfony community from 21 to 27 of December 2020.
This week, Symfony published the videos of the SymfonyWorld Online 2020 conference, allowing attendees to watch all the talks again. As a bonus, two of those videos, related to Symfony UX were published for free. In addition, Symfony published the upcoming online conferences for 2021, which will be organized in Polish, French, German and Spanish.
This week, Symfony 3.4.47 was released as the last version of the 3.4 branch. Meanwhile, Symfony 4.4.17 and 5.1.9 maintenance versions were released. Finally, SymfonyInsight announced 20 new checks for PHP and Symfony applications, SymfonyCloud announced PHP 8 compatibility and Symfony announced its Blackfire promotions.
This week, Symfony 5.2 Release Candidate 2 was released as the last chance of testing Symfony 5.2 in your applications before its final release. Meanwhile, the official Symfony Store introduced new swag. Lastly, the SymfonyWorld 2020 online conference shared more details about the event, which will take place in just two weeks.
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