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Zend Framework 0.7.0 Released
January 22, 2007 @ 09:09:00

The latest version of the (already) popular Zend Framework has been released. As per the official announement from the Zend Developer Zone:

This preview release is the result of a great effort from our Zend Framework community developers to create advanced PHP classes for internationalizing applications. The Zend_Locale, Zend_Date, Zend_Measure, and Zend_Translate classes enable you to bring your PHP project to a global audience by handling text, dates, and messages with best-practices methods, using an easy objected-oriented interface that is characteristic of Zend Framework components.

Updates in this new release include:

  • New translation-management component with gettext support
  • Comprehensive class for working with measurements and conversions
  • New class for managing memory usage in PHP applications
  • Many other improvements in current components such as MVC, Session, Gdata, HTTP Client, Search, XmlRpc, and others
For full details on these new features and on the framework in general, check out thier wiki documentation.

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Joshua Eichorn's Blog:
phpDocumentor enhancements
July 14, 2006 @ 06:00:15

Joshua Eichorn shares some of the updates to the phpDocumentor software in his latest post today:

As PHP keeps added language features one of the things we have to do is figure out how to document them. Lately I've been hearing requests for a way to document virtual properties and methods on classes that are implemented using __call etc.

After talking a bit with Greg, I'm leaning towards adding in some new docblock tags to classes to allow these methods/properties to be documented.

He includes a code example for the documentation method suggested on these new functionality bits. He also asks for comments/ideas on how to hald these sorts of updates in the future.

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Jim Plush's Blog:
MyBic Ajax/PHP 0.6.5 Released
July 10, 2006 @ 05:54:34

Jim Plush has a release announcement (complete with a list of updates made) to his popular MyBic Ajax and PHP package - version 0.6.5.

Version 0.6.5 of the MyBic PHP/AJAX framework was released today on sourceforge (http://www.litfuel.net/mybic). It's been 3 months since the last update which shows that MyBic is quickly approaching the 1.0 release version which means it will be stable enough for use in all types of production systems. It is currently being used in several enterprise companies at the moment and is being used in desktop like ajax applications as well. Thanks to all who help make MyBic that much better!

The listed updates are:

  • added loadCSS method that allows you to add stylesheets at runtime
  • fixed bug for abort timeout not working when requests are queued
  • fixed issue where format and method weren't being used if the requests were queued
  • mybic_server.php now supports either using the mybic_json.php file OR omar Kilani's C based JSON extension
  • added ability to stop ajax calls until a certain piece of functionality finishes

To download this latest version of the library or just get complete details, head over to the project's site.

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