A few days ago was published in Drupal.org the final release date of Drupal 10. Although there were forecasts that it could have been released already, the delay until the end of the year also brings good news:
- Drupal 10 core will come with CKEditor 5, so we won't have to deal with making this "major" change in our D10 projects.
- Drupal 10 will be released with the most up-to-date JS dependencies, which will allow the new Olivero and Claro themes to be (even) more stable.
- Drupal 10 will be released with Symfony 6.2 instead of 6.0, which in addition to making it more secure, will also save us this update in D10 projects.
- Drupal 10 will require PHP 8.1, and will even be prepared as much as possible to be compatible with PHP 8.2 (coming in November).
If everything goes according to plan, the beta of Drupal 10 will be released in mid-September, so we will be able to experiment with the new version of our favourite CMS.