PHP Annotated – June 2022

The June installment of PHP Annotated from JetBrains with the most interesting things that have happened in the PHP world over the last month, including curated news, articles, tools, and videos.

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PHP Core Roundup #2

In this second one in the series, we have news about the upcoming PHP 8.2 release, some new RFCs accepted, voted, and being discussed, and some further improvements to PHP made in the past few weeks.

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PHP Annotated – May 2022

Welcome to the May installment of PHP Annotated, where we catch up on the most interesting things that have happened in the PHP world over the last month,including curated news, articles, tools, and videos.

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Attribute usage in top-1000 PHP packages

Attributes were originally introduced in PHP 8.0 two years ago. Yesterday, I came across an interesting post from Exakat: they analysed 535 open source packages to see which attributes were used the most often.

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Game of Codes

Using real data, such as NPM downloads I measure the power of a given technology and visualize it with quasi-historical maps

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🆕 We have selected the new release managers for PHP 8.2!

➡️ @adoyy@twitter.com (Pierrick Charron)
➡️ @sergey (Sergey Panteleev)

👴 The mentor (grandpa ;-)) RM is @ramsey (Ben Ramsey).

🥳 Congrats, and good luck!

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