Pascal MARTIN has been in the process of posting a series of articles to his site covering the upcoming PHP 7.1 release including coverage of both new and deprecated features. So far there's four articles post with the latest coming out today:
A new minor version of PHP is just around the corner: PHP 7.1! Its release date is not really set yet, as it depends on the amount of bugs that will be reported and fixed on Releases Candidates, but it should happen before the end of this year. One year after PHP 7.0, this first minor release will bring its fair share of new enhancements!
Let’s take a look at those, going with about ten posts spread over the next few days.
So far he's covered:
- introducing PHP 7.1 and its release cycle
- the methods used for testing a pre-release
- enhancements to error handling
- changes to types
Keep an eye on his site in the upcoming days for more pots in this series, helping you to prepare for the 7.1 release before it happens.