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Serenity CC


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Coral CC


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Current Stable Releases

Below is a list of all current stable release for all products

Product Version Build Date Support End Date
Code Canyon Entity CC 2.0.4 07 January 2017 01 January 2018
Code Canyon Serenity CC 2.1.1 28 November 2017 Indefinite
Code Canyon Coral CC 1.1.1 31 December 2017 Indefinite

You can find the version number either from within the support menu in the application itself or in the changelog.txt file in the app folder

Standardized Version Releases

I use the semantic version standard to annotate all releases. To sum it up, semantic versioning consists of a Major, Minor, and Patch version which is represented in decimal format as X.X.X i.e. Major.Minor.Patch. for more information on semantic versioning, please visit their homepage:

Semantic Versioning Specification

The move to PHP 7

PHP version Seven brings tremendous performance improvements and advantages. Due to this, all future versions of my applications will require it.

Why the move and what to expect

PHP7 has been around since 03 December 2015 and most hosting companies have adopted it as an available upgrade option. Since then, I have been waiting for the right time to start utilizing the new aspects of the language and feel that now is as good a time as any to start pushing out applications that require it by default.

Dependencies, dependencies, dependencies...

The biggest part of this decision to move to PHP7 is that most respectable composer packages, which are used in applications like Serenity and Coral, require it by default. Rather than code an in-house solution to replace these dependencies to support older versions, I am trucking ahead with the flow of the language.

Bottom line is this

Make sure you read the minimum requirements for my applications before buying. If your host does not provide an easy way to upgrade your PHP installation, then it might be time to find a better host!