The popular web development language PHP has been upgraded from 7.0 to 7.1 for Fedora 26. Pacakges providing extensions to PHP have been rebuilt to use the new release; developers using extensions from non-packaged sources should update them. While most common PHP applications should be able to use the new release without issue, impacted developers should review the links below for information provided by upstream PHP about the upgrade.
Zend Framework 3.0
Fedora 26 offers the latest version 3 of the popular PHP framework,
Zend. Zend 3 offers increased performance, support for PHP 7, improved project documentation, and more. For detailed information, refer to the upstream release announcement at Zend Framework 3 Released! or their migration guides.
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