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Introducing Z-Ray on Azure

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This article introduces a new and cool way to develop PHP in the cloud, with Z-Ray on Microsoft Azure. You’ve probably already heard of Z-Ray, but just in case you haven’t – here’s a short recap. Z-Ray is an advanced debugging and productivity tool for PHP developers that provides info on what’s going on under the hood of your apps, in… Read more »

Z-Ray for Concrete5

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Hi guys. Zend Server 8.5 was announced just over a month ago, and we’ve already seen some new plugins developed by the community added to the Zend Gallery. In this article I’d like to introduce you to one of them – the concrete5 Z-Ray plugin developed by Andrew Embler (@aembler). First, and as a short reminder to those new to the concept… Read more »

Zend Framework 1.12.14, 2.4.6, and 2.5.2 Released!

The Zend Framework community is pleased to announce the immediate availability of: Zend Framework 1.12.14 Zend Framework 2.4.6 Zend Framework 2.5.2 You can download the releases from the Zend Framework site: http://framework.zend.com/downloads/latest These releases contain a critical security fix. Security Fix Zend Framework versions 1.12.14, and 2.4.6, and 2.5.2 introduced fixes for ZF2015-06, a serious vulnerability in ZendXml when used… Read more »

Apigility 1.3.1 Released!

We’ve just released Apigility 1.3.1, which you can download from the Apigility website: https://apigility.org/download If you are already using Apigility, you can update your project using Composer:

This release fixes a few minor issues discovered following the 1.3.0 release, as well as fixes a security vulnerability. Security Fix A security vulnerability was reported against zf-oauth2, with a potential user… Read more »

Apigility 1.2.0 and 1.3.0 Released!

Today, we released two new versions of Apigility: Apigility 1.2.0 Apigility 1.3.0 Apigility 1.2.0 brings in a number of new features, including Docker support, API Blueprint support, better error handling, and new features for REST and RPC services. Apigility 1.3.0 is exactly the same as 1.2.0, but with one key difference: it updates the minimum supported PHP version from 5.3.23… Read more »

Zend Framework 2.5.1 Released!

Note: this post originally appeared on the ZF Blog On the heels of yesterday’s 2.5.0 release, today we’ve released Zend Framework 2.5.1! To update, use Composer:

Changes The only issue reported against 2.5.0 was a blocker for many: with the shift to ZF becoming a metapackage, one component, zend-ldap, had a hard requirement on a specific PHP extension (ext/ldap),… Read more »

Zend Framework 2.5.0 Released!

Note: this post was originally posted on the Zend Framework blog. Today we’ve released Zend Framework 2.5.0! I’m not going to provide a link to the downloads page, as this release marks a radical change for Zend Framework 2: as of this release, all components are now developed in their own separate repositories, and Zend Framework is itself essentially only… Read more »

Apigility 1.1.1 Released!

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We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of Apigility 1.1.1! This is our first maintenance release on the 1.1 series, and incorporates feedback received immediately following the 1.1.0 release. Among the important updates: Doctrine-Connected services now support the Doctrine Mongo Object Document Manager! Fixes to how packaging is triggered to ensure it works out-of-the-box. “Growl“-style notifications to let you know… Read more »

Apigility 1.1.0 Released!

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We’re pleased to announce the immediate release of Apigility 1.1.0! Pick up your copy here: https://apigility.org/download There are a ton of new features, but the most visible are: A brand new UI! We’ve rewritten the UI from scratch to get better performance, provide better responsiveness, and bring the most-required information to your fingertips. Doctrine-Connected REST service creation (if the zfcampus/zf-apigility-doctrine… Read more »