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The Bakery Blog:
A gift for all to enjoy
December 28, 2006 @ 09:14:00

The CakePHP Group has released a little holiday present to the developers out there - two new versions of their framework - versions 1.1.12.4205[1] and 1.2.0.4206_dev[2] - packaged and posted to the CakeForge website.

CakePHP 1.1.12.4205 is a bug fix release for the stable branch. Read the changelog[3] for more information on what has been updated. CakePHP 1.2.0.4206_dev is the next major version with several new features.

Of course, the second is a development release, so use it at your own risk in production. They include updates that were made to the 1.2.x series including:

  • There is a new Validation class that replaces the old Validators.
  • (FormHelper) Is much improved and extended. Bake yourself some new views using the latest code.
  • (EmailComponent can) send some emails in plain text, html, or both.
  • (SecurityComponent) now supports HTTP_AUTH through var $requireLogin.
Check out their post for the full list.

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