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8 Top Facts about PHP 8.3 That You May Want to Know: Release date, Features, Performance, Changelog, EOL, Download, Docker, Deprecations

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Updated on: 2023-11-24

Posted on: 2023-11-24

Categories: PHP Performance, PHP community, News

PHP 8.3 was just released. For those who did not follow the plans for PHP 8.3, you may have questions about this important PHP release.

Read this article to learn about answers to the most asked questions about PHP 8.3.




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PHP 8.3

1. When is the PHP 8.3 Release Date

PHP 8.3.0 was released on November 23, 2023. Coincidentally or not, November 22 is the birthday of Rasmus Lerdorf, the PHP creator. Happy birthday to Rasmus. Long life to Rasmus and PHP.

2. What Are the Main New PHP 8.3 Features

A specific article about this topic covered the main features of the new PHP 8.3.

3. What are the PHP 8.3 Performance Improvements

On the OpenBenchmarking site, the results of benchmark tests show that PHP 8.3 is approximately 3.4% faster than PHP 8.0.

4. What Are the PHP 8.3 Deprecations

5. Where Can We See the PHP 8.3 Changelog

The detailed list of changes done to PHP until PHP 8.3 is listed on the Changelog page.

6. When Will Be the PHP 8.3 EOL (End-Of-Life)

PHP 8.3 is expected to be maintained by the PHP core developers until November 23, 2026. That is the end-of-life date of PHP 8.3. After that date, the PHP core developers will not publish any more features or security fixes.

7. Where Can I Find PHP 8.3 Download Files

The PHP 8.3 source files and binaries for Windows can be found in the PHP download page section for PHP 8.3.

8. Where Can I Find PHP 8.3 Docker Image Files

PHP Docker image files are available in the PHP section of the Docker site. Note that the Docker image file for PHP 8.3 was not yet available when this article was written. So, you may need to wait until the Docker image files for this PHP version are available.




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