This week, we published the end of the year and end of the decade summaries for the Symfony project. Meanwhile, we completed a portable HTTP/2 implementation for the HttpClient component based on Amp's HTTP client. Lastly, we improved the performance of some catalogue operations in the Translator component.
This week, Symfony 4.4 migrated the server:log command away from the deprecated WebServerBundle. Meanwhile, the upcoming Symfony 5.1 version merged several performance improvements, such as adding an array cache in front of the serializer cache. In addition, it improved developer experience when using Search, Email and Tel form types.
This week, development activity focused on fixing the bugs reported for the recent Symfony 4.4 and 5.0 versions. We also improved the Slugger to make it more portable and added support for autowiring PHP 7.4 typed properties. Lastly, the videos of SymfonyCon 2019 Amsterdam conference were published.
This week, Symfony development activity focused on polishing and fixing bugs for the newly released 4.4 and 5.0 versions. In addition, Symfony introduced a new polyfill to deal with UUIDs.
This week, Symfony released 4.4.0 and 5.0.0 versions. Symfony 5 was released on stage during Fabien's keynote at the SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019 conference, which was the biggest Symfony conference ever, gathering more than 1,600 developers from all around the world.
This week, Symfony 2.8.52, 3.4.35, 4.2.12 and 4.3.8 versions were published to fix some security vulnerabilities. In addition, Symfony 4.4-beta and 5.0-beta were published so you can test these upcoming versions in your projects. Meanwhile, the new ErrorHandler component was simplified and performance was improved when checking for cache freshness. Finally, the upcoming Symfony 5: The Fast Track book published some updates and will be fully unveiled next week at the SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019 conference.
This week, we continued polishing the upcoming Symfony 4.4 and 5.0 releases. We also merged some pending new features, such as a command to lint services wiring and the removal of SecretEnvVarProcessor to simplify the management of encrypted secrets in configuration.
This week, Symfony 3.4.33 and 4.3.6 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, we continued polishing the upcoming Symfony 4.4 version, specially the Messenger component. Lastly, SymfonyInsight introduced a new feature to help you upgrade to Symfony 5.