Leaf Blog

Updates, tips & opinions from the maintainers of Leaf PHP.

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    Getting Started with Leaf

    We released Leaf 3 early last year. Since then, we've added a ton of functionality and made Leaf 3 even easier to use. In this article, we'll look at how to get started with Leaf, some useful features and a quick-start to building your first Leaf app.

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    Eien December 2022

    This month, a whole lot of work has been done to improve Eien which was started earlier in October. We added a bunch of features and improved the way Eien works under the hood. Though still in its early stages, Eien is already showing a lot of promise and we're excited to see what the future holds.

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    2022 Wrapped

    Earlier this year, we shared a roadmap for what we had in store for Leaf throughout the year. This article is to take us through what we've been able to achieve, both listed and unlisted on our roadmap.

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    Leaf Http v2 Released

    We released Leaf Http v2, codenamed 'Weather man 🌤' on 29th May 2022. It comes with a completely rethought base which makes it much simpler to handle requests and responses in your app.
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    2022 Roadmap

    Over the past couple of months, we've talked about our plans for Leaf, but never into details. In this post, we share high-level details of our roadmap, so the community can see our priorities and make plans based off the work we are doing.

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    Leaf 3 as the new default

    The official build of Leaf 3 was released on 15th March, and since then, all our packages are updating to use Leaf 3 as the new default. Make sure to read the breaking changes section to see if you need to make certain changes before the switch to Leaf 3.

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    Introducing Leaf 3

    We've been planning a new release: version 3 of leaf which has been under development for the past couple of months. This post contains everything you need to know about Leaf 3 ⚡️