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Simplify logout

I checked the list of Symfony 6.4 features, and this is the only one that I think it fits this application. So, let's use it.


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You can also learn about these practices in the official Symfony Book.



There are 3 different ways of installing this project depending on your needs:

Option 1. Download Symfony CLI and use the symfony binary installed on your computer to run this command:

$ symfony new --demo my_project

Option 2. Download Composer and use the composer binary installed on your computer to run these commands:

# you can create a new project based on the Symfony Demo project...
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$ cd my_project/
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