Laravel 9.28 Released

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September 7th, 2022

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The Laravel team released 9.28 with console signal traps, test view data assertions, prevent silently discarding fillable values, and more:

Add view data assertions to TestView

Andrew Brown contributed three TestView assertion methods to assert view data:

1$view = $this->view('welcome', [
2 'name' => 'Taylor',
3 'email' => 'user@example.com'
4]);
5 
6$view->assertViewHas('name'); // true
7$view->assertViewHas('name', 'Tyler'); // false
8 
9$view->assertViewHasAll(['name', 'email']); // true
10$view->assertViewHasAll([
11 'name' => 'Taylor',
12 'email' => 'user@example.com',
13]); // true
14 
15$view->assertViewMissing('nonda'); // true
16$view->assertViewMissing('name'); // false

Get the intended session URL from the redirector

D. Nagy Gergő contributed a getIntendedUrl() method on the Redirector class to both get and set the intended redirect URL:

1$redirect->setIntendedUrl('http://foo.com/bar');
2$redirect->getIntendedUrl(); // http://foo.com/bar

Eloquent mode to prevent silently discarding fills for attributes

Ralph J. Smit contributed a model method to prevent discarding fills even if a model is not totally guarded. This is useful if you work on a Laravel codebase that uses fillable fields, but you also don't want to silently discard data passed.

This model is toggleable in a few ways; for example, you could use the environment to only trigger an exception in non-production environments:

1Model::preventSilentlyDiscardingAttributes();
2 
3// Only prevent in non-production environments
4Model::preventSilentlyDiscardingAttributes(
5 ! app()->isProduction()
6);

Signal traps

Nuno Maduro contributed the introduction of signal traps that allows you to catch process signals and execute code when they occur:

1$this->trap(SIGINT, function () {
2 // End the command's job gracefully ...
3 // E.g: clean created files, etc ...
4 
5 $this->continue = false;
6});
7 
8// trap multiple signals
9$this->trap([SIGTERM, SIGQUIT], function ($signal) {
10 
11 $this->running = false;
12 
13 dump($signal); // SIGTERM or SIGQUIT
14});

Support passing Enumerable objects to Stringable methods

Erik Gaal contributed the ability to pass enumerable objects to Stringable helper functions:

1// Before
2Str::remove($months->toArray(), $someString);
3 
4// After with an Enumerable object
5Str::remove($months, $someString);

Release Notes

You can see the complete list of new features and updates below and the diff between 9.27.0 and 9.28.0 on GitHub. The following release notes are directly from the changelog:

v9.28.0

Added

  • Added view data assertions to TestView (#43923)
  • Added Illuminate/Routing/Redirector::getIntendedUrl() (#43938)
  • Added Eloquent mode to prevent prevently silently discarding fills for attributes not in $fillable (#43893)
  • Added Illuminate/Testing/PendingCommand::assertOk() (#43968)
  • Make Application macroable (#43966)
  • Introducing Signal Traps (#43933)
  • Allow registering instances of commands (#43986)
  • Support Enumerable in Stringable (#44012)

Fixed

  • Fixed RoueGroup::merge to format merged prefixes correctly. (#44011)
  • Fixes providesTemporaryUrls on AwsS3V3Adapter (#44009)
  • Fix ordering of stylesheets when using @vite (#43962)

Changed

  • Allow invokable rules to specify custom messsages (#43925)
  • Support objects like GMP for custom Model casts (#43959)
  • Default 404 message on denyAsNotFound (#43901)
  • Changed Illuminate/Container/Container::resolvePrimitive() for isVariadic() (#43985)
  • Allow validator messages to use nested arrays (#43981)
  • Ensure freezeUuids always resets UUID creation after exception in callback (#44018)

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