PHP 8.2 introduces a new feature that allows you to use null, true, and false as stand-alone types for function arguments and return values. This means you can be more explicit with your type hints and make your code easier to understand for other developers.
PHP 8.2 introduces a new feature called Disjunctive Normal Form (DNF) Types, which allow developers to specify complex type constraints using logical OR and AND operators. This can be useful in cases where a variable may need to satisfy multiple type constraints at once. To use DNF Types, developers can […]
PHP’s tempfile() function is a useful tool for creating temporary files that are automatically deleted when the PHP script finishes executing. This can be useful in cases where you need to store data temporarily, such as when processing a large amount of data that cannot fit in memory. To create […]
PHP 8.2 introduces a new feature called readonly classes, which allow developers to mark certain class properties as read-only. This means that once a property has been set, it cannot be changed by any code within the class or its descendants. To mark a property as read-only, developers can use […]
a closer look at php 8.2 feature Union Types
In summary, PHP 8.2 introduces several new features that aim to improve the efficiency and reliability of code. Union types and the nullsafe operator make it easier to ensure data is being passed correctly, while constructor property promotion and the weak map data structure reduce the amount of code needed. […]
This is the most asked question I have seen in the past few months so I thought I would collect some samples here: