The Zend Framework community has released another preview release adding new components into the core, increasing the number of nascent incubator components, and now providing the manual in 10 languages. Along with the 0.1.4 release comes a new end-user community wiki, development wiki, issue tracker, changeset browser, and other infrastructure changes to help the community track the progress and be involved in the project.
A special ?Thanks? goes out to all contributors for both the release and working through the infrastructure changes for the working project. We received a great number of contributions for code, documentation, translations, testing, feedback and help migrating from our old systems to the new.
The release can be downloaded from the Zend Framework Web Site.
Tags: infrastructure changes, zend framework, issue tracker, preview release, code documentation, special thanks, release 1, translations, languages
Posted on Sunday, July 2nd, 2006
Under: Community, Frameworks, Zend | 1 Comment »
Anice piece of text by Nicholas Chase on IBM DeveloperWorks on the other hand it’s disappointing piece of text because it’s good but incomplete, waiting for the part two.
IBM/DeveloperWorks We programmers are a paradoxically lazy lot. By that, I mean that we will spend hours, even days, creating something that allows us to complete a task in 30 seconds instead of five minutes. So perhaps the creation of the Zend Framework isn’t much of a surprise. You mean you haven’t heard of the Zend Framework? Don’t worry — you will. This article gives you a high-level view of the Zend Framework, explaining its general concepts and preparing you for the rest of this “Understanding the Zend Framework” series, which goes into the details by chronicling the creation of a new online RSS/Atom feed reader. We won’t do much coding in this article, but for the rest of the series, you should be familiar with PHP.
Tags: ibm developerworks, nicholas chase, atom feed reader, php tags, zend framework, five minutes, programmers, surprise
Posted on Saturday, July 1st, 2006
Under: Frameworks, PHP, Zend | No Comments »