Welcome to this week's Symfony Station Communiqué. It's your review of the essential news in the Symfony and PHP development communities. We also cover the cybersecurity world in detail.
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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, the first release candidate of Symfony 6.2 was published in preparation for the final version release in a few days. Meanwhile, Symfony announced its Black Friday 2022 discounts and the program for the upcoming SymfonyWorld Online 2022 conference.“
It includes the presentations from SymfonyCon.
SymfonyCasts continues its patterns and NetGen courses:
I love Symfony UX and in addition to what I have written about it, Jakub Tobiasz has this strong overview.
Roberto Manchado looks at:
.com software has:
Meherbensalah shows us:
And Mokhtar Tlili shows us how to:
If you are new to Symfony or need an explainer article for a client use this:
Robin Ingelbrecht explains:
Nacho shows us:
Parthenon, which is a general functionality bundle for Symfony, shares their:
Anastasionico shows us:
Mstislav Sergeev tells us:
Maitreayee Bora has an:
Great stuff here. I am rebuilding Symfony Station with Drupal 10 next year and will seriously consider Pattern Lab. It’s inspired by Brad Frost’s Atomic Design concept, as was my company Mobile Atom Media.
Pankaj Sachdeva explains how to:
Tami Pearlstein shares:
And the Droptimes shares:
The PHP Foundation has:
If you didn’t contribute to them on Giving Tuesday, now is a good time.
Bruce Wells answers the question:
The PHP Consulting Company asks:
Alexandros Koutroulis looks at:
Atakan Demircioğlu explores the:
N.V. Cano notes “the methods we may use to communicate data about a user’s interaction together with a request for a new web page is the key to building interactivity with PHP” and looks at:
Bastiaan Rudolf looks at:
Bikram Tuladhar has:
anastasionico shows us:
Brent Roose has this for 24daysindecember.net:
And Ben Scheffer has:
bitExpert shows us how to:
Slava Rozhnev shares his:
This is something I wish I knew earlier.
Ralph J. Smit shows us:
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The cyber response to Russia’s War Crimes and other douchebaggery
The Next Web reports:
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
MIT Technology Review asks:
Percy Bolmér says:
HTML and CSS god Jason Knight sets us straight on:
Unless you’ve been under a rock the last few months, you know the tech world is getting the f*ck off Twitter due to a certain c*nt and moving to Mastodon. Check out these articles to understand why.
PC World shows:
Marcus Hutchins says:
Ars Technica asks:
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