Living on the Edge
A series of posts showcasing the new features introduced by each Symfony version.
Symfony 5.3 deprecates the Guard component in favor of a new more extensible and easier to understand authentication system.
In Symfony 5.3 you can describe console commands lazily, which will help with the future console autocompletion feature.
Symfony 5.3 includes a new Runtime Component that decouples the bootstrapping logic from any global state to make sure the application can run with runtimes like PHP-FPM, ReactPHP, Swoole, etc. without any changes.
In Symfony 5.3, the Notifier component provides integrations with many more third-party services.
In Symfony 5.3, you can use third-party services such as Crowdin to manage the translations of your applications.
In Symfony 5.3 you can use the new "priority" option to control the order in which form fields are rendered.
In Symfony 5.3 you can use PHP attributes to autowire tagged services and service locators, as well as selecting the autowiring alias to inject in some service.
In Symfony 5.3, Twig templates can use the new "serialize" filter to pass data from the backend to the frontend.
Symfony 5.3 randomizes CSRF tokens to better protect you against BREACH attacks.
In Symfony 5.3 we've added prototype options to the OptionsResolver component, to resolve and validate a series of options which are part of another option.
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