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Version: 5.2.31 updated
Upload Date: 25 May 16
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 36

Rating: 5.0/5 (Total Votes: 1)

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Laravel was created to reduce application development time and to automate mundane tasks.

Lots of documentation and tutorials are provided, all to ease the task of migrating to Laravel, and reduce the normal learning curve.

Some of the principles and practices found in Laravel stem from other old, mature, and well respected projects like Sinatra, Ruby on Rails, and Microsoft's ASP.NET MVC.

Currently the framework is considered one of the most modern PHP frameworks around, right up there with Symfony and CakePHP.

Since April 2015, the Laravel team also provides Lumen, a stripped-down version of Laravel, with only the basic features included, ideal for your smaller Web projects.

Also as a sidenote, Laravel is famous for requiring the MCrypt PHP extension to work properly, so if you see an error message with your app or another app running on Laravel, check your server settings.

What is new in this release:

  • Laravel 5.1 continues the improvements made in Laravel 5.0 by adopting PSR-2 and adding event broadcasting, middleware parameters, Artisan improvements, and more.

What is new in version 5.2.15:

  • Laravel 5.1 continues the improvements made in Laravel 5.0 by adopting PSR-2 and adding event broadcasting, middleware parameters, Artisan improvements, and more.

What is new in version 5.1.4:

  • Laravel 5.1 continues the improvements made in Laravel 5.0 by adopting PSR-2 and adding event broadcasting, middleware parameters, Artisan improvements, and more.

What is new in version 5.0.22:

  • Laravel Scheduler
  • New Folder Structure
  • Contracts
  • Event Objects
  • Route Cache
  • Route Middleware
  • Controller Method Injection
  • Authentication Scaffolding
  • Commands / Queuing
  • Database Queue
  • Configuration Cache
  • Tinker / Psysh
  • DotEnv
  • Laravel Elixir
  • Laravel Socialite
  • Flysystem Integration
  • Form Requests
  • Symfony VarDumper
  • Simple Controller Request Validation
  • New Generators

What is new in version 4.2.0:

  • View and Pagination 'Environment' classes renamed to 'Factory'.
  • Configurable encryption for Iron.io queue messages.
  • Make FrameGuard middleware opt-in.
  • Convert View '$errors' shared variable into ViewErrorBag. Allows multiple bags per view. Should be backwards compatible.
  • Calling 'create' on a HasOne or HasMany relation will now use 'fill' method so mutators are executed on related model.
  • Use rawurldecode when decoding parameters in Route::parameters.
  • When date_format validation rule is used, before and after validation dates must match given format.
  • Added ability to register global Eloquent scopes using traits and addGlobalScope.
  • Soft deleting converted to use new global scope facilities.
  • Added ability to extend Eloquent Builder using 'macro' method.
  • Soft deleting models now use SoftDeletingTrait instead of softDelete property.
  • The queue:listen command will now write the names of the jobs it processes to the console.
  • Added Mailgun API transport for Mail::send. Depends on new 'services' configuration file.
  • Added Mandrill API transport for Mail::send. Depends on new 'services' configuration file.
  • Added 'log' mail transport for Mail::send. Writes raw MIME string to log files.
  • Added simplePaginate method to query and Eloquent builder.
  • Destructive migration operations now require confirmation or --force when being run in production.
  • Added Cache::pull method for retrieving a value and then deleting it.
  • Added Session::pull method for retrieving a value and then deleting it.
  • Added rel attribute to basic pagination links.
  • The 'page' query variable is now ignored when calling the paginator 'appends' method.
  • Empty arrays that are 'required' validate as false when empty.
  • Added --daemon option to the queue:work command.
  • Added convenient traits for authentication and password reminding.

What is new in version 4.1.0:

  • Fixed conflict.

What is new in version 4.0.6:

  • Added array validation language lines.

What is new in version 3.2.14:

  • Fixed bug in Postgres insert_get_id when using FETCH_ASSOC.

What is new in version 3.2.13:

  • Upgraded Symfony HttpFoundation to 2.1.6.
  • Various framework fixes.

What is new in version 3.2.12:

  • Clear sections on a complete render operation.

What is new in version 3.2.11:

  • Improve performance of Eloquent eager load matching.
  • Check gethostname on environment detection.

What is new in version 3.2.8:

  • Always log exceptions even when there are "logger" event listeners.
  • Fixed nasty view exception messages.

What is new in version 3.2.7:

  • Fixed bug in Eloquent to_array method.
  • Fixed bug in displaying of generic error page.

What is new in version v3.2.3:

  • Fixed eager loading bug in Eloquent.
  • Added laravel.resolving event for all IoC resolutions.

What is new in version v3.2.1:

  • Fixed bug in cookie retrieval when cookie is set on same request.
  • Fixed bug in SQL Server grammar for primary keys.
  • Fixed bug in Validator on PHP 5.4.
  • If HTTP / HTTPS is not specified for generated links, current protocol is used.
  • Fix bug in Eloquent auth driver.

Requirements:

  • PHP 5.4 or higher
  • MCrypt PHP Extension

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