This week, Symfony added support for the upcoming Twig 3 version, improved the test suite to fix unrelated test failures, and added a new feature to send notification emails. In addition, the new String component that allows to work with all kinds of strings in an object oriented fashion was nearly completed. Finally, the third part of the SymfonyCon Amsterdam conference schedule was announced.
This week, Symfony development activity focused on minor tweaks and fixes, such as fixing our preloader for the upcoming PHP 7.4 version. In addition, the community proposed to add .gitattributes to all Symfony packages to exclude non-required files. Lastly, Fabien announced the new Notifier component during his keynote at the SymfonyLive London 2019 conference.
This week, Symfony improved handling of HTTP/2 PUSH and fixed support for 103 Early Hints status code in the HttpClient. Meanwhile, the Mailer component added support for multiple mailers and improved the DSN syntax. Finally, the Console component introduced a new definition list and horizontal table feature.
This week, Symfony 3.4.31 and 4.3.4 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, the SymfonyLive London 2019 conference announced its workshops, talks and some surprises related to new Symfony components. Secure your seat now at the best price until September 6th.
This week, Symfony development activity focused on internal features such as testing Symfony with the upcoming PHP 7.4 version, adding return types to generated containers, adding parameter types and return types to the entire codebase and adding support for Twig 3.
This week, Symfony continued working on adding compatibility with the latest PHPUnit versions and made the PHPUnit Bridge component act as a polyfill for newest PHPUnit features. The translations of validation messages were also updated for some languages. Finally, Symfony announced some changes for standard version releases to align their end of support for both regular and security issues.
This week, Symfony development activity focused on adding support for the upcoming PHP 7.4 and 8.0 versions. In addition, lots of tests were updated to add support for PHPUnit 8.
This week, Symfony 3.4.30, Symfony 4.2.11, and Symfony 4.3.3 maintenance versions were released. The 4.2.11 version is the last one in the 4.2 branch, so you are encouraged to upgrade to Symfony 4.3 as soon as possible. In addition, the second part of the schedule of the SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019 conference was published.
This week, Symfony added a new component called ErrorHandler to continue the work to replace the Debug component. Meanwhile, the PropertyAccess component improved the error messages in lots of edge cases. Finally, SymfonyCloud, the best way to host your Symfony applications, announced its general availability.