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, Symfony 6.2 was released after having worked on it for six months to add lots of nice new features . Meanwhile, Symfony 4.4.49 (the last one of this branch), 5.4.16, 6.0.16 and 6.1.8 maintenance versions were released. Lastly, the SymfonyWorld Online 2022 conference will take place next week with a schedule packed with interesting talks.“
SymfonyWorld Online is taking place the 8th and 9th.
SymfonyCasts continues its patterns and NetGen courses:
24daysindecember.net will have 24 great articles this month. I think this one by Edward Barnard is quite thoughtful.
SymfonyCasts shares their slide deck from a SymfonyCon presentation:
SensioLabs has this review of SymfonyCon.
Aurélien Tournayre shares:
Nacho (for real) has:
anastasionico shows us:
Frontend demi-god Mike Herchel looks at:
Drupal Sun explores:
Alison Visser says:
Maitreayee Bora has:
This is by far the most important new thing in Drupal 10. And this is the 2nd.
Jeff Wilson asks:
PHP 8.2 is released and stitcher .io shows us:
Amit Merchant explores:
Jakub Tobiasz says:
H Bahonar looks at:
Artur Świerc shows us:
Laravel News explores:
Hamid Haghdoost has:
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The cyber response to Russia’s War Crimes and other douchebaggery
The Guardian reports:
The World has an:
Jetbrains has an:
Ars Technica reports:
The AP reports:
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
CBC news reports:
Ars Technica reports:
Jesus Valera Reales looks at:
Jason Knight forcefully says:
Joshua Otwell has an:
Rajasegar Chandiran is using Svelte in:
Ben Halpern shows us:
Elena Rubashevska explains:
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