What’s New in Laravel 10
One of the biggest changes in Laravel 10 is a significant improvement in performance. The framework has been optimized to handle HTTP requests more efficiently, resulting in faster response times for web applications. Additionally, Laravel 10 introduces a new caching system that further improves performance.
Improved Livewire integration
Livewire is a popular library for building dynamic interfaces in Laravel applications. In Laravel 10, Livewire has been more closely integrated with the framework, making it easier for developers to build interactive user interfaces.
Queued event listeners
Laravel 10 introduces a new feature that allows event listeners to be queued, improving the performance of applications that rely heavily on events. This feature allows event listeners to be processed in the background, freeing up resources for other tasks.
Blade components improvements
Blade is Laravel’s built-in templating engine, and Laravel 10 introduces several improvements to Blade components. This makes it easier for developers to reuse and manage their UI components, resulting in cleaner and more maintainable code.
Laravel 10 includes improvements to its routing system, including the ability to define middleware at the route level. This makes it easier to manage middleware dependencies and simplifies the process of adding middleware to specific routes.
Eloquent is Laravel’s built-in ORM, and Laravel 10 introduces several improvements to its performance and functionality. This includes support for read-only models, which can improve performance in certain scenarios. Additionally, Laravel 10 includes improved support for composite primary keys.
Laravel 10 includes several improvements to its validation system, making it easier to provide detailed error messages to users. This includes the ability to specify custom error messages for individual validation rules, improving the clarity of error messages for users.
Support for MySQL 8’s UUID Function:
Laravel 10 includes support for MySQL 8’s new UUID function, making it easier to work with UUIDs in Laravel applications.