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Explore the Latest Update in Laravel 10

Explore the Latest Update in Laravel 10

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Laravel is a powerful and popular PHP framework that has been in use since June 2011. It is currently one of the most used PHP frameworks with over 44k active users due to its MVC architecture and wide range of features. With its easy-to-use syntax, Laravel makes it easier for developers to create complex applications quickly and easily. It also provides a wide range of tools that make it easier for developers to develop applications faster and more efficiently. 

Before Laravel 9, each version of Laravel was released every six months. But the makers have decided to release a new version annually after the release of Laravel 9. Just to let you know, Laravel 9 was released on 8th February 2022. And now, exactly after one year, they decided to release Laravel 10.

This new version has been designed to provide developers with an even better experience when developing web applications. It includes a number of new features and tools that make it easier for developers to create stunning websites and applications with ease.


Laravel 10 was scheduled to be released on February 7, 2023, following the release of Laravel 9 on February 8, 2022. However, the team needed more time to finalize their piece of art, and Laravel 10 was eventually published on February 14, 2023. Laravel 11 is now expected to be released in the first quarter of February 2024.

In addition, according to the support policy, bug fixes are offered for 18 months and security updates for two years for all Laravel versions.

The following are the expected bug fixes and security updates schedule:

  • Laravel 9 will continue to get bug fixes until August 8, 2023, and security fixes until February 6, 2024.
  • Laravel 10 will get bug fixes until August 6, 2024, and security fixes until February 4, 2025.
  • Laravel 11 is expected to get bug fixes until August 5, 2025, and security fixes until February 3, 2026.


The Laravel core team made sure that all developers could easily access the framework on different environments. Therefore, there are various ways to get started with Laravel 10 on your machine, and you are entirely free to select whatever works best for you.

Install Laravel for MacOS

You can easily get started with Laravel 10 on MacOS by using Docker and Laravel Sail. You may run the following terminal command from the directory where you want the application to be installed, keeping in mind that only alpha-numeric characters, dashes, and underscores are permitted for the app name:


After the installation process is completed, head to the project directory and use Sail to run your new project by hitting the following command in the terminal:


The sail will use its built-in solution for running your Laravel project using Docker and once finished, your application will be ready on http://localhost.

Install Laravel on Windows 10 and 11

Docker Desktop may be used to quickly install Laravel 10 on Windows. However, whether you’re using Windows 10 or 11, you must first enable one of the following two options on your machine:

  • Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2) is a Windows operating system feature that allows you to run a Linux file system and Linux command-line tools directly on Windows.
  • Hyper-V Backend Feature allows you to create and operate a software version of a computer known as a virtual machine.  

As soon as you have fulfilled all Docker requirements, you may run the following command in your terminal:


Then use Sail to run your application on http://localhost by hitting the following command from the root directory of your newly installed Laravel 10 project:


On a side note, many developers prefer Linux OS over other operating systems since it enables them to work more efficiently and quickly. With WSL, you can enjoy Ubuntu‘s security, performance, and gaming compatibility. Ubuntu is a Linux distribution or version of Linux that is well known for its user-friendliness and ease of use. It is encouraged that you use Visual Studio Code and install the official Microsoft WSL extension to be able to open any folder in the Windows Subsystem for Linux and take advantage of vscode’s entire feature set. Additionally, the Remote Development extension is another option that is referenced in the Laravel documentation.


Are you tempted to upgrade to Laravel 10? The Laravel core team works hard on documentation to provide a seamless and straightforward upgrade guide while covering every possible breaking change. Feel free to check the official Laravel 10 upgrade guide.

You should also keep an eye on Laravel Shift now that Laravel 10 has been released. Laravel Shift offers a simple and automated approach to upgrading your Laravel version.


Deploying Laravel 10 isn’t any different from deploying Laravel 9 project.

Here are the server requirements:

  • PHP ≤ 8.1
  • Ctype PHP Extension
  • cURL PHP Extension
  • DOM PHP Extension
  • Fileinfo PHP Extension
  • Mbstring PHP Extension
  • OpenSSL PHP Extension
  • PCRE PHP Extension
  • PDO PHP Extension
  • Tokenizer PHP Extension
  • XML PHP Extension
  • Filter PHP Extension
  • Hash PHP Extension
  • Session PHP Extension


If you want to start testing Laravel 10 now, you can install it in a new project by using the ' --dev' flag:



The easiest way to upgrade is to follow the upgrade guide.

You can also check out the official releases page to look for updated information as it becomes available.

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