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Stubbles 0.1.0 released
April 30, 2007 @ 13:07:00

The Stubbles framework team has released the latest version of their framework today - Stubbles 0.1.0:

The Stubbles team is proud to announce the release of Stubbles 0.1.0. This release is a first alpha version and contains the basic features of Stubbles like the Extended Reflection API, XML handling with XMLStreamWriter and XMLSerializer, Logging, Event handling, support for filtering and validating user input and session handling. The release additionally contains parts of packages that we announced to be in the next milestone 0.2.0.

The Stubbles framework is one that seeks to "combine your favorite features from other programming languages and frameworks" and is flexible enough to allow for easy interfacing with other frameworks/components like PEAR or the Zend Framework.

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