At the beginning of 2012 Jelmer posted an article called "The road ahead", outlining the developments of what then was referred to as "FuelPHP 2.0".
In the 10 months that has followed, a lot has changed. Two members have left the core development team, one of them being the projects founder, and the project has found new leadership. New leadership usually brings change, and for us, there is no exception.Read More
It has been a busy time for both the Core developers, and all contributors. Lots of bugs have been squashed, speed has been improved, and new features have been added. We've also said goodbye to Pagodabox, and found a new home, courtesy of our new sponsor. We've introduced a new website, and an API browser.
Without further ado, here's FuelPHP v1.4!Read More
It has been a busy time for both the Core developers, and all contributors. Lots of bugs have been squashed, speed has been improved, and new features have been added. Without further ado, here's FuelPHP v1.3!Read More
Today we've tagged the first releases for FuelPHP 2.0. As of this version we'll release the core-of-the-core framework as the Kernel package and the other libraries that make up the 1.x Core will be in the new Core packages or their own package. The Kernel has now reached a level that is pretty close to a Release Candidate and could be called production ready, but as we've raised the bar for unit testing the current 60% coverage is too little for a RC release.Read More
The FuelPHP team has picked up the pace! Three weeks after the release of v1.2, it's time for v1.2.1.Read More
Exactly one month after the release of the first v1.2 release candidate, we are happy to announce the release of FuelPHP v1.2.Read More
Context is what gives meaning to otherwise meaningless or ambiguous statements. This holds true not only in language but in programming as well, or at least it should.Read More
After some internal discussion and already having adopted PSR-0 for 2.0 we have now decided to adopt PSR-1 as well. For the most part we were already following the recommendations put forward in there, but there is one big one: camelCase method names. We understand that many of you will have at the very least mixed feelings about this, we sympathize and share a lot of that feeling having used snake_casing ourselves for as long as we can remember.Read More
4 months after we released FuelPHP v1.1, it is time to release the first release candicate of v1.2.Read More
While developing FuelPHP 2.0 we took a critical look at all established web application concepts. Nothing was considered out-of-bounds, not even the most well known of all: Model-View-Controller. In this blog we go into how this is commonly implemented and what we feel is wrong with that.Read More