Wednesday, April 10, 2013

New version 0.2.4 of ApPHP MVC Framework has been released.

We've released next version 0.2.4 of our new product - ApPHP MVC Framework. ApPHP MVC Framework is designed to provide modern and rapid development of websites, web applications and web services.

It implements the the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern and principles, including separation of display, logic, and data layers. It provides an architecture, components and tools for developers to build a complex web applications faster and safer.

Choosing ApPHP MVC Framework allows you to release your applications earlier, host and scale them without problem, and maintain them over time with easy.

Last changes:

  • Feature: [added] added new demo - Simple Blog
  • Feature: [added] added new core class CActiveRecords implements "Active Record" pattern
  • Feature: [added] added real check for "mod_rewrite" in utils requirements checker
  • Feature: [added] added core base class CComponent, now all application component classes extends CComponent
  • Feature: [added] added get/SetResponseCode() for A class
  • Feature: [added] added new widget "pagination" in helper Widget
  • Feature: [added] added possibility to create and register application-level components
  • Feature: [added] added new component CMessageSource for localization purposes
  • Feature: [improved] suffix Model for model classes is now optional (not required)
  • Feature: [improved] added new elements and properties in Widget::form() and Widget::formValidation()
  • Feature: [improved] added new elements to Html helper
  • Feature: [improved] minor changes in Auth helper
  • Feature: [improved] minor changes in CController->errorAction()
  • Feature: [improved] improved error handling in Database class
  • Feature: [improved] all framework classes get prefix "C" to avoid name overlapping
  • Feature: [improved] removed passing registry to CRouter::route()
  • Feature: [improved] in CDatabase added possibility to define named placeholder with data type. e.g: i:id
  • Bugs fixed

To download this script follow the link:
http://www.apphp.com/php-framework/index.php

To review DEMO sites, built on the framework:
http://www.apphp.com/php-framework/examples/demos/index.php

1 comment:

Amy Watson said...

It's really a great framework to work with and had made work for dedicated PHP developer like me easier. This framework is quite robust. So one must try this.