Welcome to this week's Symfony Station Communiqué. It's your review of the essential news in the Symfony and PHP development communities. There’s lots of PHP coverage in this one. Nice. We also cover the cybersecurity world.
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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, the upcoming Symfony 6.3 version introduced a getEnum() method in ParameterBag and a new WithLogLevel attribute to set the log level for exceptions. In addition, Symfony announced its first official conferences for 2023.“
SymfonyCasts finishes their Netgen Layouts course.
I’m tooting my own horn this week.
No pain, no gain. In my new article, I explain three goals I’ve set for my PHP-based websites in 2023. And how they will become more integrated with Symfony than ever.
Nacho Colomina explores:
Quentin Dequippe shows us how to:
Fabien Paitry examines:
Leaseweb looks at:
Sylius lists the:
The Drupal Association wants your thoughts on what the “open web” means and how you think Drupal should promote these ideas in the future.
Evolving Web has:
Mike Herchel announces:
If you ever want to attend a local DrupalCamp, this is the one to select. I will even buy you a few drinks.
Matt Glaman has:
I use Siteground, which is a great hosting company but WordPress-focused. So, this is a useful article.
Specbee shows us:
Gizra has an:
Architecture Overview of AWS Beanstalk and Drupal
Dan Matthews explores:
Grant Horwood shows us how to:
Andrei Birta has:
Victor Todoran looks at:
Mokhtar Tlili shows us how to:
Tomas Votruba asks:
Amit Merchant shows how to:
Sitepoint shares a:
Brellion Tech asks:
And Jagdish Chaudhary asks:
David Nguyen explores:
Tray2 looks at:
Mateusz Jasiński has a:
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The cyber response to Russia’s War Crimes and other douchebaggery
AKA, one set of assholes allows an asshat company sue a c*nt company.
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
Speaking of which:
Joshua Zitser reports:
The Moscow Times reports:
Bleeping Computer reports:
The Guardian reports:
Golems looks at:
Good advice for websites here.
Jumpstart Magazine reports on:
MIT Technology Review reports:
Fast Company reports:
Trello looks at:
Max Lockwood explores:
Tom Smykowski reports:
Kev Quirk shares a:
Yash Raj Singh has:
Make Use Of lists:
If you publish on Medium and are interested in getting on Mastodon (and you should be), this is for you:
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