Laravel 10.23 Released


September 13th, 2023

Laravel 10.23 Released

This week, the Laravel team released v10.23 with a new make:view Artisan command, support for PHPRedis 6.0, creating controller test files while creating a model, and more.

Add make:view Artisan command

Nuno Maduro contributed a new make:view Artisan command to create a Laravel blade view at the given path. The path follows dot notation similar to how view rendering works in the framework:

php artisan make:view users.index
# INFO: View [resources/views/users/index.blade.php] created successfully.

The above command will create the following template:

<!-- The best way to take care of the future is to take care of the present moment. - Thich Nhat Hanh -->

The command also has other helpful flags you can use to create a view test case or change the file extension:

# Create the view and a test
php artisan make:view users.index --test
# Create a Pest test to go with the new view
php artisan make:view users.index --pest
# Create a view with a different file extension
php artisan make:view users.index --extension=php
INFO: View [resources/views/users/index.php] created successfully.

Before/After database truncation methods

Cameron Wilby contributed two overridable methods to the DatabaseTruncation trait that are called before and after database truncation is performed:

* Perform any work that should take place before the database has started truncating.
* @return void
protected function beforeTruncatingDatabase(): void
* Perform any work that should take place once the database has finished truncating.
* @return void
protected function afterTruncatingDatabase(): void

Create accompanying test file for controllers

Jason McCreary contributing passing through --test or --pest to make:controller when running a make:model with a controller. In addition to creating the model test file, it will create the controller test file as well:

$ php artisan make:model Post --controller --test
# ...
$ git status
On branch main
Untracked files:
(use "git add <file>..." to include in what will be committed)

Support for phpredis 6.0

Steff Missot contributed updates to the framework that support the latest major version of the phpredis extension. This was updated in a backward-compatible way so that installations using earlier phpredis versions continue to work as expected. See Pull Request #48362 for details.

Release notes

You can see the complete list of new features and updates below and the diff between 10.22.0 and 10.23.0 on GitHub. The following release notes are directly from the changelog:


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