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Symfony 4: Contributing Recipes

Written by Fabien Potencier / Original link on Apr. 17, 2017

Symfony Flex is not Open-Sourced yet, but I can already feel the excitement in the community. I have also received some feedback via Twitter, Slack, and email during the last few days. That makes me really happy! Everybody knows that I like to tease. Trying to build the momentum on something you ha…


Symfony 4: Automate your Workflow

Written by Fabien Potencier / Original link on Apr. 12, 2017

Symfony 4's most "innovative" feature is the way it drives the day-to-day application management. No more tedious copy/paste from README files. No more boilerplate code. Automation to the max. On a curated list of Composer packages. Symfony Flex# Symfony 4 is powered by Symfony Flex, a deceptively…


Symfony 4: Directory Structure

Written by Fabien Potencier / Original link on Apr. 9, 2017

Symfony 3 came with a slightly different directory structure than Symfony 2. Symfony 4 will also come with a reworked directory structure. Mostly incremental adjustments to support new features and best practices. The Symfony 3 directory structure introduced a more standard Unix-like directory stru…


Symfony 4: Best Practices

Written by Fabien Potencier / Original link on Apr. 6, 2017

Any major version of a project is an opportunity to revisit its best practices. Modernizing them. Adapting them to the project's new features. Symfony 4 is no exception. Standardization first# Symfony 4 will be an evolution of the current practices, trying to embrace more standard tools. Symfony st…


Symfony 4: Monolith vs Micro

Written by Fabien Potencier / Original link on Apr. 4, 2017

This is the second installment in a series of articles about Symfony 4. The first one was about the current limitations of the Symfony Distribution model. Monolith projects versus micro-applications; a never-ending debate. Both ways to develop applications are fine in my book. Symfony supports both…


Symfony 4: Compose your Applications

Written by Fabien Potencier / Original link on Apr. 2, 2017

Note: If you are a Medium user, my new articles are now cross-posted there as well. Note: Symfony 4.0 will be released at the end of November 2017. During the next few weeks, I will publish articles about my ideas and the main changes I want to implement for Symfony 4. Symfony 3.0 was boring, a cle…