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What's new in PHP 8.3

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PHP 8.3 was released as scheduled on November 23, introducing numerous new features and improvements since the PHP 8.2 release. We'll go through most important features, performance improvements, changes and deprecations one by one.

PHP 8.3 and subsequent versions now enable the declaration of types for PHP class constants. This guarantees type compatibility for constants when overridden by child classes and interface implementations. Before PHP 8.3, there was no way to enforce type compatibility programmatically.

What's new in PHP 8.2

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PHP 8.2 has been released on December 8, 2022. We'll go through most important features, performance improvements, changes and deprecations one by one.

Read only properties were introduced in PHP 8.1. Now, PHP 8.2 is adding support to declare the entire class as read only.

If you declare a class as read only, all its properties will automatically inherit the read only feature. Thus, declaring a class read only is the same as declaring every class property as read only.

Laravel 11 is released

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Laravel 11 has been officially launched, bringing along several exciting enhancements. Among the notable updates is the requirement for a minimum PHP version of 8.2, ensuring compatibility with the latest features and optimizations. Additionally, a new Laravel Reverb package has been introduced to Laravel's suite of first-party tools. Moreover, users can expect a streamlined directory structure, contributing to a more organized and efficient development process. These advancements collectively contribute to making Laravel 11 a compelling choice for web development projects, offering improved performance, functionality, and developer experience.

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jQuery 4 Beta release

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jQuery is a fast and compact JavaScript library that simplifies tasks like editing HTML documents, handling events, and adding animations. Its user-friendly interface works well on many browsers, and it has revolutionized how millions of people write JavaScript.

jQuery 4.0.0 has been released in beta! The development team is pleased to introduce the enhancements they've been working on. This update includes bug fixes, performance enhancements, and notable changes, such as the discontinuation of support for older versions of Internet Explorer - eliminating headaches for many.