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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, Symfony 4.4.45, 5.4.12, 6.0.12 and 6.1.4 maintenance versions were released. In addition, the upcoming Symfony 6.2 version introduced a new ValueResolverInterface to replace and simplify the existing ArgumentValueResolverInterface.“
I’m looking forward to this one.
Mostly, unfortunately. If mistery is a combination of mystery and misery.
SymfonyCasts continues their Doctrine course with new chapters.
There was not a standout article for us this week. But Scapegoat Dev shares an enjoyable one.
Andrew MacRobert shows us:
Ibragim Abubakarov explores:
Thomas Bertrand shares:
TechSumo shows us:
.com continues his series on serving images:
Vipin Yadav shows us:
Devscope shares how to:
Andreas Möller examines:
Mike Hercel is excited about:
Evolving web asks:
Civic shows us how to do:
The PHP Foundation released:
And this article:
PHP Watch has:
Max Zhuk has:
Wouter Carabain show us:
Julien Maury looks at:
Jack Wallen shows us:
Jason Knight shares:
Andrew Pogulailo explores:
Chibuzo Miracle continues his MVC series:
Laravel News examines:
Geni Jaho looks at:
Yannick Chenot is starting a new series of articles:
.com also has:
Edouard Courty want you to:
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The cyber response to Russia’s War Crimes
There are a lot of dumbfuck Russian criminals in Ukraine, but these take the cake.
VentureBeat reports on:
The Washington Post reports:
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
Concrete CMS shares:
This is why we can’t have nice things. Gizmodo reports:
Ars Technica reports:
And why is this surprising?
Marco Pfeiffer shares:
Mickaël Andrieu explores:
Smashing Mag explores:
Great stuff here.
GitHub shows us:
For those who mistakenly think Tailwind is the greatest thing since sliced bread, Beau Carnes has:
And while you’re there take this as well:
And read this:
And if you’ve already made the mistake of using Tailwind, there is this fortunate development:
The Three Laws of Utility Classes and Vanilla Breeze.
If you know me, you know which is better. But Arooj Khan asks:
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