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Padraic Brady's Blog:
Zend Framework 1.5 And What The Future Holds
April 01, 2008 @ 12:48:38

On his blog, Padraic Brady has posted his thoughts on the Zend Framework and what the latest release of it, ZF v1.5, means for its future in the web development world.

With 1.5, everything that makes the framework attractive has quite simply been boosted. We now have a fully comprehensive complex view aggregation/templating system to play with, we have a forms component, translations are integrated as view helpers. Just rattling off several new features is enough to pull together just how comprehensive and cohesive the framework has become over it's 1.0 predecessor. It's that significant.

He talks about things like Zend_Layout and additions to Zend_Form as well as the community around the framework and some of the places that the framework and its process are still lacking a bit.

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