Laravel 10 has been officially released, and it comes with features like native type declarations, invokable validation rules, a new Laravel Pennant package, and more.
Bug fixes and security updates will be provided for Laravel 9 until August 8th, 2023, and February 14th, 2024, respectively.
Bug fixes and security updates for Laravel 10 will be available until August 6th, 2024, and February 14th, 2025, respectively.
Laravel 10 drops support for PHP 8.0In Laravel 10, the Laravel framework will discontinue support for PHP <=v8.0. PHP 8.1 is the minimum required version. Looking at the comparison between master and 9.x, we can expect to see 8.1 features like readonly properties used in the framework.
Laravel required minimum PHP 8.1
Laravel 10.x requires a minimum PHP version of 8.1.
For all Laravel releases, bug fixes are provided for 18 months and security fixes are provided for 2 years. For all additional libraries, including Lumen, only the latest release receives bug fixes. In addition, please review the database versions supported by Laravel.
|Version||PHP (*)||Release||Bug Fixes Until||Security Fixes Until|
|6 (LTS)||7.2 – 8.0||September 3rd, 2019||January 25th, 2022||September 6th, 2022|
|7||7.2 – 8.0||March 3rd, 2020||October 6th, 2020||March 3rd, 2021|
|8||7.3 – 8.1||September 8th, 2020||July 26th, 2022||January 24th, 2023|
|9||8.0 – 8.1||February 8th, 2022||August 8th, 2023||February 8th, 2024|
|10||8.1||February 7th, 2023||August 7th, 2024||February 7th, 2025|