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
A question that has been asked many times about 2.0 is "why the big changes", in this blog I will attempt to explain the choices made and place them in context.Read More
You've seen us ask for you opinions and some of you have seen us taking the first step towards building a new version. This has lead to many questions and in some cases nonsensical speculation. With this blog we want to give you a sense of where we're going and what's ahead for the 1.x branch and 2.0 development.Read More
We are getting ready to come up with our final Roadmap for version 2.0. We have our ideas about architectual changes, and some new features. However, we want to know what YOU want. After all, you are what keeps us going.Read More
A few weeks back our site was down for most of the day, which sucked. The start of the problem was a failed deploy of an update to PyroCMS. Then all hell broke loose. We basically decided to start from scratch with a fresh install of PyroCMS v2.0 beta. Since we were starting fresh we also took the opportunity to make a hosting platform move as well.
Phil and I (Dan) were both involved in some early beta testing of Pagoda Box. I am not going to lie, it was a little rough, like any beta usually is, but we saw a lot of potential. On Nov. 1st, they completed their transition to a new infrastructure, and simply put, it is awesome. After testing out the new infrastructure I decided that I wanted to make the switch.Read More
This is long overdue, but Version 1.1 final has landed. All the repositories have been tagged and it is available for download here.
There have been over 200 commits since RC1 and a ton of bugs got fixed. On behalf of the entire team, thank you all for your awesome testing. We initially were going to do an RC2 release, but because so many people were already using the latest bleading edge for their development (and in production in some cases), we felt comfortable enough to go ahead and release it as a final.
After a lot of work and awesome contributions, we have released FuelPHP v1.1 RC1. We skipped the beta's because we had so many people using v1.1 while it was in development, they were our beta testers.Read More
There has been a lot of confusion and inconsistency regarding the name of the framework. It is about time that we settle it once and for all.Read More
Fuel v1.0.1 has been released and is availabe for download. This release is primarily a bug fix release, however, we snuck in a few small features as well.Read More