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 each week.
Take your time and enjoy the items most relevant and valuable to you. There are a lot of Symfony items this week. Hurray!
My opinions will be in bold.
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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, the upcoming Symfony 6.2 version improved the emoji transliterator feature to support translation of emojis to GitHub and Slack codes and to add integration with the Slugger; it also added the ability to mock the hrtime() function. Lastly, we announced the release of signed packages for Symfony CLI.“
This workshop would be a great one to attend.
We missed this earlier this month, but SensioLabs has a new Symfony 6 certification.
We are tooting our own horn again. But, this time, our new posts just may be the most important of the week. At least as things relating to Symfony go. Maybe. We explore Symfony UX via two articles and have one more in the oven on the Turbo component.
With Symfony UX a PHP class + template = Twig component. Use them to build a highly interactive UI from the comfort of Twig. No JS and no BS are required.
Let’s explore the magic that Stimulus JS brings to Symfony UX. This is a companion article to Discover Symfony UX’s Twig Components. Read that first, as it contains more detailed Symfony UX information referenced here.
Edouard Courty shows us:
Maxime V shares:
Ibrahim A explores:
Oscar shares lessons learned in a:
Achref Riahi explains:
.com starts a new series:
The wonderfully named Wolfgang Klinger explores:
Webkul shows us:
Adrian Garay examines:
Richard Podd explores:
Sylvain Reiter looks at:
ImageX Media explores:
Community stalwart Matt Glaman examines:
SimasR looks at:
And he is right about the Drupal developer experience.
Metadrop shares an interesting use case:
Prestaconcept has this review of Symfony’s history (in French):
Open Collective reports:
And PhpStorm published:
Delicious Brains shows us:
PHP Pro Tips asks:
And provides a great explanation.
The prolific .com looks at:
Chibuzo Miracle continues his MVC series:
Nikola Stojiljkovic is also starting a series:
Farman Tanvir again shares:
Grégoire Paris explores:
We know the answer to this question, but Abisheklogin360 provide this article for us to share with knuckleheads.
Andrew Pogulailo looks at:
Albion Bame explores:
Sujith Sandeep examines:
Cloudways did some research.
stitcher.io is having:
Shawn Hooper shows us how to:
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Fast Company reports:
The Washington Post reports:
The Hill reports:
Tech Radar reports on:
The Evil Empire Strikes Back
Al Jazeera reports:
Forbes reports that thanks to Iranian hackers:
Venture Beat reports:
The Washington Post reports:
Postman released the:
Do you have an iPhone and use GitHub? Read on:
Harshal Verma has a good review for newbies:
IEEE reports on:
Damla Erkiner shows us:
Arpit Tiwari explains in a good refresher:
Webkit explores a fantastic development for CSS:
David Walsh looks at an individual selector:
Jason Knight has his weekly rant(s):
Gods, I love these. And I love this even more ⬇️.
Thomas Hansen states an obvious truth:
If you missed last week’s communique, John Chidera Winifred has another good review of Markdown.
Scott Carey has another truth:
Planet Scale asks and gives an in-depth answer to:
We want to send a quick shout-out to the OpenLampTech newsletter for sharing our SymfonyUX Twig article mentioned above. I will be featured in an upcoming issue, so be on the lookout. You can see the current issue and subscribe in the meanwhile. It features content on the LAMP stack with lots of WordPress and SQL coverage.
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