PHP 7.1 Alpha 2 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 27 June 2016 at 11:47 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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Succeeding the PHP 7.1 Alpha release that happened earlier this month is now the second alpha build of this significant update to the PHP programming language.

PHP 7.1 will be released later this year as the first feature update over PHP 7.0. PHP 7.1 introduces a number of new features including but not limited to the void return type, nullable types, generalized support of negative string offsets, class constant visibility modifiers, multi-catch, and more.

Details on today's PHP 7.1 Alpha 2 release can be found via PHP,net. PHP 7.1 is expected to be officially released in November.
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