For the love of programming and technologies, we are sharing something new and exciting every week. Today, on doing the same, we have some release notes and news updates for this week of March 2020. Agira’s weekly roundup will let you know the tech news, perspectives you should read for the developer’s community and learning enthusiasts.
Let’s get started with the latest releases.
Symfony 5.0.5 Released
Symfony 5.0.5 was released on February 28, 2020. Symfony v5 was the latest stable release in November 2019. It comes with a list of important changes in Error handling, serializer, security, form, and more. Click on this link to see all other features that have changes.
Laravel 7 Released
Laravel v7 is now available for use. It was released on 3, March 2020. Laravel is one of the most popular PHP frameworks. It includes new features like Airlock, better routing speed, blade component tags, custom eloquent casts, fluent string operations, new HTTP clients and many more interesting features.
Need some more details? Follow this link to find the new features of Laravel 7.
Kubeflow 1.0 Released
Kubeflow is an open source machine learning toolkit. This version release marks as a major release. Kubeflow 1.0 graduates several applications that help you develop, build, train and deploy modes on Kubernetes. Take a look at the features, Kubeflow v1.0 can offer.
Editor’s Pick: ARTICLES
Rethinking Programming: The Network in the Language
This article discusses an open source programming language, Ballerina. It is a platform for cloud era application programmers. The author explains how the languages have treated networks, syntax and semantics have designed together to have a bidirectional mapping. And more on new on upcoming features like distributed coordination, and streaming query that will enhance the network of the language.
How To Write Better Code in React
The article gives useful tips to write better code in React, for developers. React is a framework used to create interactive UIs. The author introduces the concept of Linting, ProTypes, defaultProps, pureComponent and more. And how you can adapt those tips into your React development process.
TUTORIAL OF THE WEEK
Introduction to Machine Learning in Node.js by Tamar Stern
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