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Laravel News:
Laravel 5.3 changes the “app” folder
Jul 22, 2016 @ 09:25:24

On the Laravel News site there's a new article posted about a big change coming to the "app" folder in Laravel-based applications (hint: it's moving towards more simple, not more complex).

As we are getting closer to the launch of Laravel 5.3 new features, seem to come out almost daily. The latest is a change to the “App” folder and in a move to simplify it, the Events, Jobs, Listeners, and Policies folders are now gone.

You can still get them back if you "artisan make" something that fits in one of these four folders but, as they're not really "required" by default they were removed to do some de-cluttering. If you want to find out more about what else is coming/changing in Laravel 5.3, check out this other article also on the Laravel News site.

tagged: laravel changes application app folder events jobs listeners policies

Link: https://laravel-news.com/2016/07/laravel-5-3-changes-app-folder

Federico Cargnelutti's Blog:
PHP Support in Google App Engine
Apr 15, 2009 @ 08:45:08

Federico as mentioned the support that the Google App Engine has added for Java. This also means that you can run PHP in it through Quercus (a Java implementation of PHP).

Google App Engine now supports Java, this means that you can write PHP applications using Quercus: Demo script

You can find more information about this setup in this blog post from the Webdigi blog.

tagged: google app engine support javasc querecus demo tutorial


Paul Jones' Blog:
Updates "Getting Started" Docs for Solar
Jan 19, 2009 @ 07:56:22

Paul Jones has a quick note on his blog today mentioning the updates recently made to the "Getting Started" documentation for the Solar PHP framework. There's five new sections as a result of the overhaul:

You can find out more about this PHP MVC framework on its site - SolarPHP.com.

tagged: gettingstarted solar framework solarphp model vendor app


Bradley Holt's Blog:
PHP In Google App Engine?
Oct 29, 2008 @ 14:49:03

Bradley Holt has pointed out the portion of the roadmap for the Google App Engine that includes PHP:

According to the newly posted App Engine Product Roadmap, there are plans to add "support for a new runtime language." [...] Looking at the issue list, support for Java is the most requested item followed by support for PHP, Ruby, then Perl.

Be sure to show your support for the inclusion of PHP into the system by hitting a star rating on this page.

tagged: googel app engine language include support