A new version of the FuelPHP framework is in the process of being born!
Over the last month, we finally found the time to work on what will become FuelPHP v2.0, and we're moving fast. There's still a lot to do (see the todo list for 2.0-alpha), but in general the new version is taking shape, with more features completed every day.
Time then to highlight some of the changes, and explain what the impact of these changes will be.Read More
We've been very busy the last few weeks. Tons of wrinkles have been ironed out of the 1.6 release, some existing functionality has been improved or optimized, and some new and exiting features have been backported from the 1.7 development branch to wet your appetite!
As always, don't forget to read on, and check the changelog before you upgrade an existing application.Read More
Today we've reached another milestone on the way to FuelPHP v2.0: The Database package is finished, fully tested, and ready to be used.Read More
It's been a few months since you've seen something official from us, so it's about time. Here's FuelPHP version 1.6.
This release brings some big changes and improvements, so don't forget to read on, and check the changelog before you upgrade an existing application.Read More
For 1.5, all default configuration values went into the FuelPHP core. This has caused an issue with the security settings, leaving fresh 1.5 installations without security enabled by default.
This hotfix sets the default security settings back to the way they were in 1.4, with both the URI filter and output filter enabled.
With the introduction of the Monolog composer package to replace the Log class, a bug in the autoloader was discovered that caused the autoloader to skip class initialisations after an exception.
This hotfix will fix the autoloader, and will cause the correct exception message to be displayed, instead of the dreaded "Fatal error: Exception thrown without a stack frame in line 0".
A quick introduction to some new ORM adtitions, soft delete and temporal/revisions.Read More
Shortly after the release of 1.5 some issues were encovered when migrating an existing site to 1.5. In some cases, this may cause errors in processing the users session.
This hotfix will fix these errors. If you have 1.5 installed in an existing application, it is strongly suggested you upgrade to 1.5.1. For new applications, you can use 1.5 without problems.Read More
Not too long ago I wrote a short article about FuelPHP and Composer.
Today I can announce that we have decided to use the current 1.6/develop branch as a composer test-bed, and will gradually replace existing core functionality by composer packages.Read More
Work on the new 2.0 codebase has truely started now. But that doesn't mean we have forgotten our existing users. Quite a few improvements have been made to the 1.x codebase, lots of bugs have been squashed and new features have been added.
Without further ado, here's FuelPHP v1.5!