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As always, we will start with the official news from Symfony.
Highlight -> “This week, the upcoming Symfony 6.2 version added a new feature to login users programmatically. In addition, it deprecated the recently added renderForm() method because it improved the render() method to deal with form variables.“
SymfonyCasts continues expanding their Symfony 6 Fundamentals Course.
Leaked communications, dating from between 2014 and 2017 and published by the Guardian, show the ruthless, aggressive methods that Uber used to force entry into various markets around the world.
Dariel Vicedo announced a series I will be following:
Global4Net shows us:
Bohan Yang demonstrates how to:
Program With Gio has an:
Richard Dobroň shows us:
Edouard Courty demonstrates:
Hugo Martinez shares:
Ayesha Jayasankha shows us how to:
Nicholas Babu provides an:
Adam Balsam looks at:
The Drop Times lists its:
Get Rector shows us:
Clue Engineering has this on asynchronous PHP:
Cees-Jan Kiewiet has more details:
And Lochemem Bruno Michael explores:
This one is self-explanatory.
Dino Cajic continues his tutorial series:
Michał Kurzeja explores the:
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Vladslave Huntyk says:
The bad guys are a having a slow week on the cyber front.
The Guardian reports:
Cloudflare reports on quantum cryptography development:
Ars Technica reports that an:
Venture Beat reports on:
Concrete CMS (which uses Symfony components) has:
M. Nottingham shares:
David Herbert explains:
The Next Web reports:
The Next Web says:
Venture Beat opines:
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