The Laravel team released Laravel 5.7.25 yesterday with translations for relative date validation messages and computed column support for MSSQL schemas.

First, when you define a relative date validation, such as date_equals:tomorrow. When the date is relative, now it is translatable:

// fr/validation.php
'values' => [
    'date' => [
        'tomorrow' => 'demain',
    ],
],

The above might return a validation error message like the following with the 5.7.25 release:

Le champ date doit être une date égale à demain.

Next, computed column support was added to the MSSQL grammar (for SQL Server 2016+). Here’s an example from the tests:

// alter table "products" add "price" int not null, "discounted_virtual" as (price - 5), "discounted_stored" as (price - 5) persisted
$blueprint = new Blueprint('products');
$blueprint->integer('price');
$blueprint->computed('discounted_virtual', 'price - 5');
$blueprint->computed('discounted_stored', 'price - 5')->persisted();

You can see the full list of fixes below, and the whole diff between 5.7.24 and 5.7.25 on GitHub. The full release notes for Laravel 5.7 are available in the GitHub 5.7 changelog:

v5.7.25

Added

  • Allowed specifying custom translation for date relative messages (#27341)
  • Add computed support to SQL Server schema grammar (#27346, 1c74d7f)
  • Allowed ENV to control paths of cache files for services, packages and routes (#27389)

Fixed

  • Fixed BelongsToMany pivot relationship child with loaded relations wakeup (#27358)
  • Fixed wrong class being used when eager loading nullable MorphTo with withDefault() (#27411)

Changed

  • Removed php_network_getaddresses: getaddrinfo failed: Name or service not known in DetectsLostConnections trait (#27418)



Sumber: Laravel Blog