Living on the Edge
A series of posts showcasing the new features introduced by each Symfony version.
In Symfony 4.3 you can check IBAN and BIC codes together and you can also validate UATP payment cards.
In Symfony 4.3 you can force routes to include the values of all their placeholders in the generated URLs, even if those values are the default ones.
DoctrineFixturesBundle 3.1.0 has just been published and adds support for organizing fixture classes in groups, so you can load some but not all of them.
Twig 1.36 and 2.6 introduce a new tag to deprecate both entire templates and individual template blocks.
In Symfony 4.3, Console applications can render hyperlinks similar to web pages, making any text clickable and pointing it to some arbitrary URL.
Developing Symfony apps on your local machine will be a much better and simpler experience thanks to the new Symfony binary provided by SymfonyCloud.
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.