Cover of the book Symfony 5: The Fast Track

Symfony 5: The Fast Track is the best book to learn modern Symfony development, from zero to production. +300 pages in full color showing how to combine Symfony with Docker, APIs, queues & async tasks, Webpack, Single-Page Applications, etc.

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The Symfony 5 book, The Fast Track, now available online for all languages

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As of today, my Symfony 5 book, The Fast Track, is available for everyone to read for free in 14 languages.

The book was already available online for free for 11 languages. This update adds Japanese and popular languages like English and French.

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This book would never have been possible without the help I got from sponsors, backers, reviewers, translators, and people who bought the book. Thank you all!

You can still help fund the project by buying the PDF version of the book in any of the 14 available languages or the printed version for English or French. The PDF and printed versions are kept up-to-date with the latest fixes.

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Merci beaucoup Fabien pour la version française . Je l'attendais impatiemment .

Je suis très très très ravi. Je me lasserai pas à le lire; car, j'adore #symfony.
Awesome ! The book is very helpful to teach other developers how to use Symfony 5 in every aspect of web programming.
In https://symfony.com/doc/current/the-fast-track/en/preface.html#translators the translator list is shown as "TRANSLATOR_LIST"
Great!
Thank you Fabien!
Both for book and free online version!
Thanks to Fabien and of course to all contributors. It helped a lot, but how can I edit some pages? Currently it`s unavailable (German).
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