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NetTuts.com:
What's New in Laravel 5
February 13, 2015 @ 10:24:47

The NetTuts.com site has a new post today sharing some of what's new in Laravel 5, the latest release of the popular PHP framework. Version 5 was announced back on February 5th.

The PHP community has recently been blessed with a new release of one of its most loved frameworks, Laravel. Version 5.0.1 is a major release, so not only are there some great new features available, but the architectural foundations of the framework have also been altered to some extent. So, without any further ado, I am going to dive right into the framework and show you all the good things the latest release has to offer.

He touches on a few of the main differences between version 5 and the previous versions including:

  • Differences in directory structure
  • How method injection is handled
  • The use of contracts (interfaces)
  • Route caching and middleware
  • Authentication changes
  • Events and commands

There's more on his list, each with a description and sometimes a bit of code to help explain the changes. Check out the full post for the remainder of the list and details on those listed above.

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Link: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/whats-new-in-laravel-5--cms-21842

PHPMaster.com:
What's New in Laravel 4
January 07, 2013 @ 13:25:17

In this new post to PHPMaster.com today Alexander Cogneau takes a look at what's different in version four (v4) of the Laravel framework as it has changed from version three.

Laravel is a PHP framework which uses the MVC pattern. Of course, there are many such projects and I'm not going to compare Laravel with other frameworks in this article. Instead, I'm going to share with you what's new in the newest version of Laravel - Laravel 4.

There's a list of things that have changed (each with a summary of what they are):

  • Decoupled Components
  • Creating a "Normal" Project
  • Routes
  • Better Code through Testing
  • The Container and Its Bindings
  • Improved CLI
  • New Database Features
  • Using Stand-Alone Components
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IBM developerWorks:
What's new in PHP V5.3, Part 1 Changes to the object interface
November 12, 2008 @ 11:13:30

John Mertic has put together a what's new list in the upcoming PHP 5.3 release:

PHP V5.3 is set to be released by the end of 2008, and many of the new features in this release have been in the planning stages for a few years. Originally touted as "PHP V6 without native Unicode support," PHP V5.3 has been developed into a feature-rich upgrade to the PHP V5 line. [...] In this "What's new in PHP V5.3" series, we'll look at these new V5.3 features, and see how they are used and how they can be used in your Web application.

In this first part of the series he talks about:

  • Improved static method and member handling
  • The _callStatic() magic method
  • Dynamic static calls
  • Late static binding
  • Standard PHP Library
  • Circular garbage collection
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Zend Developer Zone:
Zend Framework Articles and Tutorials
April 22, 2008 @ 11:21:46

Cal Evans has pointed out just some of the recent tutorials and articles that have popped up about the Zend Framework in a recent Zend Developer Zone post:

If you are working with Zend Framework, there's no need to struggle with any concept, chances are good that there is help on-line you can tap. Here are two resources that have recently come on-line. I'm sure there are more.

There's two in his list this time - a look at what's new in version 1.5 of the framework and the PHP Everyday site providing fresh PHP-related content each day.

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