Living on the Edge
A series of posts showcasing the new features introduced by each Symfony version.
In Symfony 4.1 we improved the Workflow component with lots of major and minor features. This blog post summarizes the most important ones.
In Symfony 4.1 you can inline the requirements and default values in the route path to make the config more concise.
In Symfony 4.1, to make testing simpler, tests will have access to a special service container that allows fetching any non-removed private service.
In Symfony 4.1 you can define different paths per locale in routes without the need of installing a third-party bundle.
In Symfony 4.1 we've improved the Bootstrap 4 form theme with new features and we've made it fully accessible and compliant with WCAG 2.0.
Symfony 4.1 allows to define the priority of Twig extensions, which is useful when you need to overload the filters and functions defined in other extensions.
In Symfony 4.1, locks can be refreshed for a different amount of time than the original TTL used when creating the lock.
In Symfony 4.1 the AdvancedUserInterface has been deprecated, but you can define your own "user checkers" to get the same functionality.
In Symfony 4.1 the logic to redirect from URLs with trailing slashes to URLs without them finally works in both ways.
In Symfony 4.1, the commands passed to the process component can contain placeholders whose values are defined at runtime or obtained through environment variables.