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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, Symfony development activity focused again on fixing and polishing the new features of the upcoming Symfony 6.1 version. Meanwhile, we announced the last talks and speakers of the SymfonyWorld Online 2022 Summer Edition conference. Lastly, we reopened the Call for Papers of SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022 conference to receive proposals related to Symfony 6.1.”
Here’s an overview of what’s new.
Javier Eguiluz continues his look at what’s coming in Symfony 6.1 in detail.
SymfonyCasts continues their course on upgrading to Symfony 6.
Nolan Lawson opines “There’s a feeling in the air. A zeitgeist. SPAs are no longer the cool kids they once were 10 years ago.
Azay Karimli continues his series on Symfony for beginners with:
Marcos Rezende shares:
Ulrich aka @moncode asks:
Alessandro Minoccheri explores the Mercure component and:
Faisal Shaikh shows us how to:
This is why Drupal needs to improve its user-friendliness. Especially automated updates!
We went the opposite direction this week by moving our sister site, Mobile Atom Code to Drupal from WordPress. However, a big factor was that we can also use the Gutenberg editor in Drupal via a module. It provides componentization in a more simple and customizable manner.
opensenselabs.com shows how:
This is one of the reasons we moved Mobile Atom Code to Drupal.
Following on this theme, Drupal posted this:
Agile Drop has this interview:
Vien Nguyen explores the:
Marco Pfeiffer explains a pattern I had not heard of before.
Lucas Pereyra is back with another strong article.
This looks to be an interesting PHP tool that I just ran across.
In Italian, Maico Orazio explores the evolution of PHP.
Dino Cajic looks at:
Samuel Fontebasso continues his series on PHP, Nginx, and Docker
Coman Cosmin is starting a new series on PHP’s “Type System”.
He also has:
Mehrab Hojjati Pour shares his:
Emmanuel C. Okolie shows us:
Ajay Madhukar says:
Brent from stitcher.io explores:
PhpStorm just published the latest issue of:
JetBrains wants your help in testing its new IDE User Interface. It will eventually come to PhpStorm.
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Grid reports on:
The Atlantic reports on:
Mashable reports that:
Vice Asia reports:
Emerging Europe shares:
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The Evil Empire Strikes Back
Tech Republic asks:
Toptal has this interesting and frightening article.
Dark Reading advises:
They also have:
Infoworld has this interesting article about overcoming the issue of hydration in the frontend.
An upcoming article on Symfony Station explores frontend frameworks for PHP-based content management systems. So the article above is a timely introduction.
Speaking of JS, SEO Journal has:
Opensource.org has this message:
Maximilian Speicher dives deep into the semantics of:
CSS Tricks shows us how to build:
And Chris Coyier of CSS Tricks fame, give his personal definitions of:
Joshua Otwell has a quick SQL lesson for us:
Finally, Ian Jones of Delicious Brains explains:
That's it for this week. Thanks for making it to the end of another edition. I look forward to sharing next week's Symfony and PHP news with you on Friday.
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