Aloia CMS: Compatibility with Laravel 6 and 7

roelofjanelsinga profile image Roelof Jan Elsinga Originally published at aloiacms.com ・1 min read

This post is part of the release notes I published on the documentation website for Aloia CMS. So it's not a fully-fledged blog post.

Aloia CMS version 2.0.0 and 3.0.0 have been released! This is all done in an effort to support the newer Laravel versions.
The major update from last month (1.0.0) was only compatible with Laravel 5. These new major versions added the support
for Laravel 6 and Laravel 7.

Which one should you use for your project?

These two major versions are all related to the major version changes in Laravel. So picking a version for your project is quite simple:

  • Laravel ^6.0 uses version ^2.0
  • Laravel ^7.0 uses version ^3.0

Removed deprecated code

In version 1.0.0, a lot of code from version 0.x was deprecated. Everything that was marked as deprecated in
version 1.0.0 has been removed as of version 2.0.0. If you want to see the full list of deprecations, you can read about
it in the Release notes for version 1.0.0.

Backward compatibility

The new code that was introduced in version 1.0.0 has not been changed and will work exactly as it did in version 1.0.0.

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