On the Symfony Finland site there's a new post providing some examples of how the Symfony framework is staying relevant with new technologies and trends that have emerged recently in the web development world.
Symfony2 just turned five years old some months ago. This is an eternity in the web world and you average technology stack has likely grown in complexity since then. In addition to the standard components in LAMP you'll likely be peddling with a number of complementary technologies.
[...] The stability and flexibility have enabled Symfony to take hold also in more conservative industries like travel, where the backend systems are critical. [...] Next let's take a few options that developers of contemporary web applications may choose to adopt in their Symfony full stack framework applications when needed.
The post covers three "in style" technologies and how the Symfony framework (and community) are keeping pace:
- React.js Server Side Rendering with ReactBundle
- GraphQL APIs with the GraphQLBundle
- An Graph Database storage layer using Neo4j over PHP OGM
Each point includes a bit of information about both the technology and the related bundle with plenty of links to other resources and tutorials.