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PHP 7.1 Features PCO for Cryptography like PDO is for Database - Lately in PHP podcast episode 63

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A recent proposal for PHP 7.1 aims to create a new extension named PCO (PHP Cryptography Objects) for data encryption, decryption, signing, etc.. It will be like what PDO (PHP Database Objects) is for database access.

The discussion about the PCO extension was one the main topics commented by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 63 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also commented on other PHP 7.1 features in discussion like having visibility modifiers for class constants, shorter closure function declarations, and having random value generation functions throwing exceptions.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn more about these interesting PHP topics.




Contents

Introduction (0:00)

PHP 5.4.44, 5.5.28, 5.6.12 released (1:31)

PHP 7.0.0 RC2 (6:06)

PCO: PHP Cryptography Objects proposed for PHP 7.1 (7:34)

RFC: Random Functions Throwing Exceptions in PHP 7 (13:29)

Proposal: Class Constant visibility modifiers in PHP 7.1+ (15:26)

RFC: Short Closures (17:40)

JavaScript Innovation Award Winners of May 2015 (22:33)

JavaScript Innovation Award Rankings of 2015 (33:19)

PHP Innovation Award Winners of May 2015 (35:31)

PHP Innovation Award Rankings of 2015 (41:19)

No More Podcast Transcripts (43:25)

Separate Podcast Hangouts for PHP Articles and Book Reviews and Innovation Award Reports (44:09)

Conclusion (44:57)



Contents

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8. Transcript - Jan Altensen (2015-12-03 17:29)
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