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Laravel vs. Symfony: A Side-by-Side Comparison - Part 1

The modern world, which is full of mobile devices, requires more responsive web applications that provide real-time interactions. As a result, you require a practical backend framework to synchronize information in real time and develop a robust database link with the user interface. For example, let's consider your smartphone's live soccer game score that provides instant entry into all the player statistics.

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What's new in PHP 8.2

The PHP 8.2 release is just around the corner, and with it comes a number of fixes, improvements and deprecations. It is scheduled to be released late in November 2022. A third beta version of PHP 8.2.0 has now been released for testing. Before going into PHP 8.2 let’s take a quick look at the features of PHP 8.0 and 8.1. Some of the enhanced features in PHP 8.0 & PHP 8.1 are: In this blog post, we'll take a look at some of the most anticipated features coming in PHP 8.2.

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Why Should You Use PHP Frameworks for Web Development?

PHP is a powerful, server-side programming language with numerous benefits and features. The language is extensively utilized to create various web development solutions. However, core PHP may not be suitable to work on complex business requirements, as PHP code may get intricate. Also, efficiently maintaining complex applications built on PHP normally requires those who worked on the original project.

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Refactoring with Deprecations

Deprecating old code and replacing it with new and improved APIs is an established process in software development. In the core of PHP APIs are provided to trigger and to get notified of deprecations. As a PHP application developer you can then hook into all triggered deprecations using a user defined error handler. You can use this API to collect deprecations and fix them.