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Preparing Your Apps and Bundles for Symfony 6
The upcoming Symfony 5.4 and 6.0 versions add PHP types in all their properties, arguments and return values. This will require some changes in your applications and bundles/packages.September 17, 2021 · Published in #Other
SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019 was a blast!
The Symfony community met two weeks ago in Amsterdam, Netherlands, for the international Symfony conference from November 19th to 23rd in the great Beurs Van Berlage monument. We were super pleased to welcome more than 1300 people, more than 30 speakers and our amazing sponsors. This yearly gathering took place several days ago in the wonderful city of Amsterdam, where we could already feel the magic atmosphere of Christmas. Meeting the PHP Community was like a big family reunion at holiday season. We were so happy to see you all and hope you had a great time there with us!December 6, 2019 · Published in #Other
Get the most out of Symfony during Cyber Monday!
Discounts on Symfony are still valid today! Do not miss your chance to get certified or to purchase a Symfony Insight plan at the best price during Cyber Monday!December 2, 2019 · Published in #Other
Introducing Symfony Security Monitoring
Symfony Security Monitoring is a new service that alerts you whenever a security vulnerability is discovered and affects to your projects. It's also a great way to contribute to the development of Symfony.April 5, 2018 · Published in #Other
Refactoring symfony.com front-end
The front-end of symfony.com was revamped recently. In this article, we explain the major changes, including the use of the new official Symfony tool to manage web assets.June 12, 2017 · Published in #Other
Clean software architecture with Deptrac
Introducing Deptrac, a tool that helps you keep dependencies between the layers in your architecture under control. It provides you with insight into the current state of these dependencies, and warns you when you introduce new unwanted ones.May 2, 2016 · Published in #Other
Symfony 2.3 achieves 100% HHVM compatibility
Symfony 2.3 has achieved 100% compatibility with HHVM, a new open-source virtual machine designed for executing programs written in Hack and PHP.July 1, 2015 · Published in #Other