Posts Tagged ‘version’

Jigsaw and Netlify

If you are not familiar with Jigsaw, its a static site generator for Laravel Developers by Tighten. Over the weekend Laravel News podcast host, Michael Dyrynda (@michaeldyrynda) shared a screencast about setting up Jigsaw on Netlify in about ten minutes.

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Laravel TestTools Adds Dusk Support

Laravel TestTools is a Google Chrome browser extension by Marcel Pociot that enables you to generate Laravel integration tests while using your application. Now you can use the extension to create Dusk test cases!

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GitHub Desktop Dark Mode

GitHub announced yesterday that the GitHub desktop applications latest version, v1.2.4, ships with a beta version of a dark theme. The dark theme changes the whole UI, including file browsing, UI controls, and the code window: The dark theme is considered in beta while getting further feedback and adjustments but you can access it from the stable release of GitHub desktop.

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PHP 7.3 Alpha 1 Released

The PHP team announced yesterday that the release of the first PHP 7.3.0 versionAlpha 1is available. This starts the PHP 7.3 release cycle which is based on PHP 7.2.

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Laravel 5.6.19 Released

Laravel version 5.6.19 was released yesterday with support for multiple CC, BCC, and Reply-To recipients. Also, the Optional class now implements the __isset() magic method.

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Laravel 5.6.18 Released

Laravel 5.6.18 was released on Friday with added support for MySQL 8 compatibility, support for custom filesystem driver URLs, more PostgreSQL operators, and added support for JSONP callbacks when broadcasting to Pusher. First, the MySqlConnector now supports MySQL version 8.

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