Laravel 4 released!


As Boris was writing his excellent Laravel 4 tutorials here on Codeforest, I often asked him about Laravel 4 release date. Soon, he said, watch the web.

And the day has come, Laravel 4 is released officially with all the goodies, new website and other great stuff and all that on Taylor’s birthday. Coincidence? I think not.

Two hours ago Laravel Twitter account said:

What to say? Few hours before the release Jeffrey Way of Nettuts released his book on Laravel  testing and Dale Reese, a member of core Laravel team released his book for begginers called Laravel: Code Bright – Web application development for the Laravel framework version 4 for beginners.

They updated their website, the documentation, API documentation and it is all available on Laravel official web as well as a 5 minute quickstart.

I am really more excited than should be, but all of the above is proof of an awesome community and obviously an awesome PHP framework.

As Laravel 4 is built so you can use it for small RESTful APIs or huge enterprise level applications, I am eager to see how developers will adapt to the new version.

And don’t think it’s over:

So, what are you waiting for, reading this article, go grab some tutorials and build something great with Laravel 4. And then post a link to it below in comments section.

About the author

Zvonko Biškup

A passionate web developer with more than 13 years experience in PHP and other web related technology. My main interest is WordPress and new PHP frameworks.
Owner of Influendo Programming.
Enjoys exploring new stuff and possibilities, using new technologies and just having fun developing awesome stuff.

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