Living on the Edge

A series of posts showcasing the new features introduced by each Symfony version.

Filter by version: 4.1 4.0-3.4 3.3 3.2 3.1 3.0-2.8 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.0

New in Symfony 4.1: Faster serializer

In Symfony 4.1 some operations of the Serializer component have been cached, improving the application performance up to 40%.

New in Symfony 4.1: Form field help

In Symfony 4.1 form fields can define their own help messages with a new help option.

New in Symfony 4.1: Hidden services

In Symfony 4.1, the debug:container command displays both public and private services by default. That's why you can now also define hidden services, to not display them in the debug:container output.

New in Symfony 4.1: Console improvements

In Symfony 4.1, the Console component includes new table styles, new methods to define custom styles, support for iterators and other productivity improvements.

Introducing new Symfony Polyfills for PHP 7.3 and Ctype

Symfony has introduced a polyfill for the new features added in the upcoming PHP 7.3 version and another polyfill for the Ctype extension.

New in Symfony 4.1: Self-updating debug toolbar

In Symfony 4.1, working with Single-Page Applications will be easier thanks to the self-updating debug toolbar

A week of symfony #591 (23-29 April 2018)

This week, development activity was focused on improving the new Messenger component to allow defining multiple buses, adding a memory limit option to ConsumeMessagesCommand and generating better logs for received messages. In addition, we improved the performance of the resource loading in the Translator component and the performance of the normalizer in the Serializer component.

New in Symfony 4.1: Session improvements

In Symfony 4.1 sessions can be migrated to new storage handlers and some requests that use sessions can now be cached.

New in Symfony 4.1: Exception improvements

Symfony 4.1 introduces new exception classes and improves the exception pages design to be more actionable and display more accurate information.

New in Symfony 4.1: HTTP header improvements

Symfony 4.1 introduces a new utility class to work with HTTP headers, adds support for default values in Accept headers and it allows to bypass HTTP headers when submitting forms in tests.