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The HttpFoundation Component (The Symfony Components) In PHP, the request is represented by some global variables ($_GET, $_POST, $_FILES, $_COOKIE, $_SESSION, ...) and the response is generated by some functions (echo, header(), setcookie(), ...). The Symfony HttpFoundation component replaces these default PHP global variables and functions by an object-oriented layer. Request The most common way to create a request is to base it on the current PHP global variables with createFromGlobals(): use Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request; $request = Request::createFromGlobals(); which is almost equivalent to the more verbose, but also more flexible, __construct() call: