Welcome to this week's Symfony Station communiqué. It’s a workcation edition of Symfony-related links. I thought these were too important not to share despite being out of the office. We will be back with the regular format on Friday.
There was a ton of content that came in while I was away, which is awesome. What’s not awesome is letting AI write your headlines on Medium. No more Unlocking, Unleashing, or Mastering, please.
My opinions will be in bold. And will often involve profanity. Though probably not this week.
As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Their latest newsletter is out:
Dominykas Murauskas shows us:
On a related note, Mukhiddin Jumaniyazov explores:
And Ruben Rubio examines:
Skowron Jakub has:
I am assuming these were a website dump to Medium, but they’re still good stuff.
David Garcia looks at:
.com Software explores:
Cloudways shows us:
Thanks to them for being a sponsor at WordCampUS by the way.
Yoan Arnaudov provides a:
Alex looks at:
API Platform previews an upcoming session for their conference:
Antonio Turbo examines:
Joppe looks at:
The Drop Times shares:
On a related note, Jacob Rockowitz explains:
I’m about to begin a rebuild of this site with Drupal 10 and this module is one of the first I’m setting up.
Five Jars examines:
Matt Glaman asks and answers:
Evolving Web shows us:
Robert Roose shares:
Specbee shows us:
Promet Source has:
ImageX Media looks at:
Salsa Digital shows how to:
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