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Giorgio Sironi's Blog:
Zend Framework 2.0
November 13, 2009 @ 09:42:43

In response to the recent release of the roadmap for the 2.0 version of the Zend Framework, Giorgio Sironi has posted some comments of his own and the future of the framework and some of the decisions the Zend Framework teem has made.

I already posted some questions on the wiki, but I would like to expand my thoughts on the architectural changes from a testing and design point of views, that are what interest my readers. Here's a list of the guidelines that have the greatest impact.

The touches on a few topics - the unified constructor, ridding the framework of singletons, implementing a design by contract approach, namespacing, changes in the Zend_Session component and a few others.

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