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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, development activity focused on tweaking and finishing some of the new features of Symfony 6.2, to be released at the end of November 2022. In addition to a new ChainUserChecker that allows calling multiple user checkers for a firewall, we merged the Symfony Profiler redesign which refreshes the look and feel of this debugging tool.“
SymfonyCasts continues their Doctrine course:
The new CK Editor 5 is out and the team behind it explores:
Steph T demonstrates how to:
Emre Çalışkan explains:
.com shows us:
Simone Gentili says:
Jerome Esperanza explores:
Java developer Serdar Dere shares:
Bill Toulas reports:
Lemberg Solutions shows us:
mialdi98 shows us:
Vishwa Chikate looks at:
Mike Herchel shares:
Specbee shows us:
And Eelco Verbrugge looks at:
Farhan Tanvir once again shares:
Surinder Rawat shares his:
Benjamin Crozat shows us:
R. Indra explores:
Lars Moelleken explores:
.com shows has:
Steven Saus demonstrates:
Ranieri Valenca shares:
Salman Shaikh starts a new series:
Ah. This brings back not so great memories of coding bootcamp.
Matthias Noback asks:
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MIT Technology Review reports:
The Guardian asks:
Wade Zimmerman shares:
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