On Friday, January 14, Laravel released 5.4.0 as the first official version of Laravel for 2018.

If you’re interested in seeing what it brings to the table, this article will give you an idea of what to expect from this release.

Laravel 6, released earlier in 2018, is slated to arrive on February 1.

You can download it from GitHub and we’ll be sure to update you when it does.

There are a few new features for Laravel developers.

Laraacharacter is a new feature that lets you quickly jump between projects and files.

With it, you can jump between the current project you’re working on and files that have been modified since the last time you checked in.

There’s also the new Laravel plugin system that enables you to create and manage your own custom Laravel plugins.

For example, if you’ve got an application you want to build that doesn’t work with a version of PHP 5.5 that you’re using, you don’t need to worry about installing and configuring the PHP version in a way that can cause problems with your code.

In this post, we’ll take a closer look at some of these new features and how they make your code more secure and easier to maintain.

How to enable Laravel’s new plugin system With Laravel version 5.3, we made a change to the way plugins are configured.

Previously, we were relying on the application configuration file, which contained the application’s configuration information, along with the Laravel configuration files that were installed on the system.

This was not ideal, and it made it hard to change Laravel if things went wrong.

With version 5 and 5.2, Laraachars configuration files now reside in /etc/laraache/config.php .

This file can be used by any application to define which plugins it requires and to configure how the system is configured.

You will need to enable it if you want your applications to be able to run with Laravel.

In the Laraachara.org application, the following configuration is configured: application.configure_plugins(array(‘laraacharacters’ => array(‘configuration’ => ‘Laravel 5.1.1’))); This configuration tells Laraacharm to use the configuration files in /usr/local/apache2/plugins/Laraache.php and /usr/_config/lanaache/plugins .

You can then use these files to add plugins to your Laravel application.

In order to add a plugin, you will need a configuration file for it.

This is typically the configuration file that you would add to your application’s application.php file.

Laracharm provides the following default configuration files: app.configuration.plugins.add_file(‘lg_php.config’, ‘default_config’, [‘plugins’]); This allows you to define a custom plugin for each of the applications Laravel is configured to use.

For our example, we have a config file that will be used to create a Laravel 3.x application that will run with PHP 5, which we will use.

To create a plugin for the default configuration, we will create a new file in /lib/modules/lampd/plugins that looks like this: plugin.add(function(options) { return options[‘lg’]; })); In the file, we need to add the following to the end of the config: options[‘plugins’] = array(‘lgd_php’.configuration[‘plugins’][‘default_plugins’]) .

The plugin will then be used as a default configuration for the application.

We then add a new plugin to this configuration file and run it.

The following line will add the plugin to the application: add(‘lgauth2’, ‘1.0’, function() { return { plugins: [‘lgaauth2’] }; }); The code above creates a new instance of the lg_ php.config.plugins configuration file in the app directory.

This file contains the application settings that Laravel will use when it starts up.

In our example project, we can see the configuration for lgauth2 , which is configured with the lgauth server.

We also need to set the lgd_ php .configuration to use a lgaauth 2.x configuration.

To do that, we simply set the configuration to use an older version of lgAuth 2.

We can use the new lg auth2 plugin to create the application, which is how we can run it using PHP 5: php app.php The Laraachradora.org example configuration file looks like the following: app = Laraachrauth 2.3.0/configuration/plugins php app = lg.plugins/lg auth1 lga.plugins = lga auth2 config.lg

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