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No version published yet, version 7.2.0-dev is still under development, but I think it is useful to be able to start testing.

RPM of this upcoming version of PHP 7.2, are available in remi repository for Fedora 24, 25, 26 and Enterprise Linux 6, 7 (RHEL, CentOS, ...) in a fresh new Software Collection (php72) allowing its installation beside the system version.

As I strongly believe in SCL potential to provide...
With Laravel, it's pretty easy to create newsfeed sites, blogs, or even forums where people post content, comment, or even mark some of these posts as favorite. To spice things up, we can make the app more lively by adding notifications for actions performed by other users. In this tutorial, we'll be relying on a service called Stream to add this functionality to our app.

Stream is an API for Building Feeds, Activity Streams, and Notification Systems...​
Fabien has published his plans for the new Symfony 4 directory structure. Not that it matters much to anyone in Symfony-land, where I have no status that I’m aware of, but I am happy to see the changes described.

Having said that, and recognizing that Fabien obviously has final say over his own projects …

The new etc/ directory is the equivalent of the current app/config/ directory.

Web files under web/
Instead of writing our own search, we managed to integrate REST API data into a TYPO3's native indexed_search results. This brings us a mix of website content and REST data in one result list.

A TYPO3 v7.6 site at work consists of a normal page tree with content that is searchable with indexed_search.

A separate management interface is used by editors to administrate some domain-specific data...
Symfony 3 came with a slightly different directory structure than Symfony 2. Symfony 4 will also come with a reworked directory structure. Mostly incremental adjustments to support new features and best practices.

The Symfony 3 directory structure introduced a more standard Unix-like directory structure, with less sub-directories. Symfony 4 keeps going in that direction.

Using well-known directory names helps....