This week, the upcoming Symfony 5.4 version added new integrations to the Notifier component, marked the Request::get() method as internal and introduced a smooth upgrade path for security factories. In addition, the free community-provided Symfony support was moved to GitHub Discussions.
This week, Symfony development focused again on adding PHP types, which requires adding first all the missing return annotations in lower branches and then adding types to all private, internal, final and test methods in upper branches. In addition, the Logs panel of the Symfony Profiler was redesigned to make it more powerful and simpler to use.
This week, Symfony 4.4.26, 5.2.11 and 5.3.3 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, Symfony deprecated the configuration of tags on RegisterListenersPass and continued adding types, including union types when possible, across the entire codebase.
This week, Symfony 5.3.2 was released to address a potential security issue related to authentication. In addition, Symfony celebrated the SymfonyWorld Online 2021 Summer Edition conference with great success. During the conference, the Symfony UX initiative introduced the new Twig components and Live components.
This week, Symfony 5.3 continued fixing the bugs and issues reported after its recent release, whereas the upcoming Symfony 6.0 version (to be released in November 2021) continued adding PHP union types to its codebase. Meanwhile, the SymfonyWorld Online conference (June 17-18) announced that all talks will be delivered twice in different timezones. Finally, the 30% off Summer sale in Symfony Certifications and the Symfony Stored ends next week.
This week, Symfony 5.3.0 version was released, followed by a 5.3.1 patch release to fix the first reported issues. Meanwhile, Symfony 4.4.25 and 5.2.10 maintenance versions were published. Finally, Symfony announced a 30% off summer sale on all certifications and most Symfony Store items for the next two weeks.