PHP Annotated Monthly – November 2018

PHP Annotated Monthly

Hello everyone! Please welcome November’s PHP Annotated Monthly with all the news and notable materials from last month.
Read about PHP 7.3.0RC4, the future of PHP and Zend Framework, PSR-18 standard accepted, RFC from Internals on preloading files, Async PHP, a portion of useful tools, and a lot more!

⚡️ News & Releases

🐘 PHP Internals

  • [RFC] Preloading — Dmitry Stogov’s concept is now an official RFC. It proposes to allow preloading files before handling any request. All classes and functions loaded this way will be permanently available in the context of consequent requests without the need to include them. Aside from performance boost, this also opens a room for further optimizations.
  • [RFC] Improve openssl_random_pseudo_bytes() — The openssl_random_pseudo_bytes() function may output not secure byte sequence quite unobviously. The RFC proposes to throw an exception in such cases explicitly.

🛠 Tools

Symfony

Yii

Laravel

Async PHP

CMS

Misc

🎥 Audio & Video

💡 Fun

Thanks for reading!

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  • Schwimmer

    Nice to see that posts from “Annotated Monthly” come back regularly