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Laravel 5.4 Shift #14

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laravel-shift commented Feb 10, 2017

This pull request includes the changes for upgrading to Laravel 5.4. Feel free to commit any additional changes to the shift-5.4 branch.

Before merging, you should:

  • Checkout the shift-5.4 branch
  • Review all pull request comments for additional changes
  • Run composer update (if the pre-commands fail, add --no-scripts)
  • Thoroughly test your application

If you would like more help with your upgrade, check out the human services from Laravel Shift. And if you want to level-up your Git skills, check out Getting Git.

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ℹ Laravel 5.4 added new middleware to handle whitespace in request data. This may affect the data your application received. Read this post on Laravel News for more detail to see if you need to modify your application.

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laravel-shift commented Feb 10, 2017

ℹ Laravel 5.4 added new middleware to handle whitespace in request data. This may affect the data your application received. Read this post on Laravel News for more detail to see if you need to modify your application.

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ℹ In Laravel 5.4, the date cast creates a Carbon object which calls startOfDay. If you need to preserve the time portion of the date, you should use the datetime cast or convert your column to a datetime. Review the documentation on Attribute Casting for more details.

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laravel-shift commented Feb 10, 2017

ℹ In Laravel 5.4, the date cast creates a Carbon object which calls startOfDay. If you need to preserve the time portion of the date, you should use the datetime cast or convert your column to a datetime. Review the documentation on Attribute Casting for more details.

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ℹ Laravel 5.4 no longer includes the ability to customize the PDO "fetch style". Now PDO::FETCH_OBJ is always used. If you need to customize the fetch style, check the Database section of the Upgrade Guide for more details.

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laravel-shift commented Feb 10, 2017

ℹ Laravel 5.4 no longer includes the ability to customize the PDO "fetch style". Now PDO::FETCH_OBJ is always used. If you need to customize the fetch style, check the Database section of the Upgrade Guide for more details.

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⚠ Per the Upgrade Guide, you should run php artisan view:clear and php artisan route:clear after upgrading all packages to flush the view and route cache.

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laravel-shift commented Feb 10, 2017

⚠ Per the Upgrade Guide, you should run php artisan view:clear and php artisan route:clear after upgrading all packages to flush the view and route cache.

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ℹ If you have manually upgraded your app from previous versions of Laravel, you should run the Laravel Linter to ensure your app is fully upgraded to the latest version of Laravel.

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laravel-shift commented Feb 10, 2017

ℹ If you have manually upgraded your app from previous versions of Laravel, you should run the Laravel Linter to ensure your app is fully upgraded to the latest version of Laravel.

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