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Categories: Lately in PHP Podcast, News is a live streaming site that allows developers to stream themselves working on code of their projects. The episode 75 of the Lately in PHP podcast 75 is the first episode to be streamed using presented by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins as always.

In this episode thei also talked about the PHP proposals for immutable objects, searching for text on the beginning and end of strings, disallowing null object parameters in the get_class call, removing UTF-8 to ISO Latin 1 conversion functions and deprecate bundling PEAR/PECL and replace with composer/pickle.

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Introduction (0:20) is the newest PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Sponsor that will broadcast our podcasts (1:14)

PHP 5.6.25, 7.0.10, 7.1.0 beta 3 released (4:17)

Proposal: Immutable, sealed and final classes (7:37)

RFC: Add str begin and end functions (19:35)

RFC: get_class() disallow null parameter (21:04)

RFC: Remove utf8_decode() and utf8_encode() (24:32)

RFC: Deprecate Bundling PEAR/PECL & Replace with composer/pickle (28:30)

JavaScript Innovation Award Winners of June 2016 (32:36)

PHP Innovation Award Winners of June 2016 (44:15)

Conclusion (54:11)


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