Living on the Edge
A series of posts showcasing the new features introduced by each Symfony version.
In Symfony 4.2 the log panel in the Profiler allows to filter messages by priority and channel.
Symfony 4.2 adds cache stampede protection applying a probabilistic early expiration mechanism to protect your applications under very high load.
Symfony 4.2 adds a new clearErrors() method to allow you remove errors after the form has been validated.
Symfony 4.2 includes several improvements related to translations, such as fallback routes, identity translators and support for ICU parent locales.
In Symfony 4.2, the Symfony Profiler shows all the details about security voter decisions, to make things easier to debug.
Symfony 4.2 adds a new AbstractController::addLink() shortcut so you can add Link HTTP headers more easily when using HTTP/2 and the WebLink component.
Symfony 4.2 adds support for defining the value of env vars per environment, simplifying the configuration of your applications.
In Symfony 4.2, the debug:autowiring command has been improved to make its information easier to understand.
The new getAcceptableFormats() method added in Symfony 4.2 allows to get a simplified list of request formats accepted by browsers.
In Symfony 4.2, the custom names of properties when objects are serialized can be configured using metadata, instead of having to create a name converter.
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