January was a relatively light month in PHP. Yet, we saw an exciting new microframework get its first non-beta release.
Security and bugfix updates to PHP were released in January. Upgrade if you have a version less than:
Drupal and WordPress both released point-releases.
- Drupal 8.0.2
- bug fixes
- WordPress 4.4.1 (Upgrade!)
- 1 Security fix for XSS vulnerability
- 52 bug fixes
Zend Expressive 1.0
Zend Expressive is a PSR-7 Middleware. It looks pretty interesting and bears further investigation.
See: Zend Expressive
- stateless APIs
- No Sessions
- This changes authentication
See: Lumen 5.2 release notes
- Fixed typo
See: Silex 1.3.5 changelog
App::process()to allow Slim to run when a Request object and Response object already exist
- HTTP status code 451
See: Slim 3.1.0 release notes
Various frameworks had point releases. I'm not sure what changed, so I assume that these are bugfixes.
- Laravel 5.2.12
- Symfony [2.8.2, 2.7.9, 2.6.13, 2.3.37]
- Zend Framework 2.5.3
Sunshine PHP Feb 4-6: Miami, FL
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php[tek] May 23-27: St Louis, MO
Kansas City Developer Conference June 22-24 - Kansas City, MO Call for papers deadline: Feb 12
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Feb 18: 01:00 PM CST
Feb 18: 08:00 PM CST
Next Month's KCPUG
We will have a busy session next month!