PHP 7.0 RC5 Released, PHP 7.0 In Under One Month
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 15 October 2015 at 01:37 PM EDT. 2 Comments
PROGRAMMING --
PHP developers have today released PHP 7.0 RC5 as the second to the last release candidate for the major PHP 7.0 release due out next month.

If you are not already familiar with this next release, see our PHP 7.0 articles already on the matter. There's some new language features and consistent 64-bit support, but most notable about PHP7 is the greatly enhanced performance. PHP 7.0 is crazy fast compared to PHP 5.

With today's PHP 7.0 RC5 release, there's been just more bug-fixes. The developers next plan to release PHP 7.0 RC6 on 29 October and to then do the much-anticipated official release on 12 November.

More details on today's PHP 7.0 RC5 release can be found via PHP.net.
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