Living on the Edge
A series of posts showcasing the new features introduced by each Symfony version.
Symfony 4.3 added a new Mailer component with support for local SMTP servers, third-party mailing services (Amazon, Mailgun, Google, etc.) and the option to send emails asynchronously.
In Symfony 4.3, the translation:update command has been improved to also extract translation contents from PHP files.
Symfony 4.3 will improve support of timezones in the Intl, Validator and Form components.
Symfony 4.3 introduces a new native password encoder to auto-select the best possible hashing algorithm available to hash user passwords.
Symfony 4.3 adds a new and modern HttpClient component to help you make and process HTTP requests.
DoctrineBundle 1.11.0 has been released with a simpler configuration for Symfony Cache pools, new Messenger middleware services and new utilities to debug failing queries.
Symfony 4.3 will include many new features to improve the Symfony Forms, such as row attributes, custom errors in data mappers and a better form debug command.
The new Mime component introduced in Symfony 4.3 helps you create and manipulate the MIME messages used to send emails and provides utilities related to MIME types.
In Symfony 4.3, the Messenger component allows to collect messages that fail on all their retries to inspect them and retry/delete them if wanted.
In Symfony 4.3, the usage of PHP to create templates and form themes has been deprecated (and it will be removed in Symfony 5.0).
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