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Matthew Weier OPhinney's Blog:
State of Zend Framework 2.0
June 07, 2010 @ 10:16:00

In a recent post to his blog Matthew Weier O'Phinney shares the state of Zend Framework 2.0 and and the roadmap for the days ahead in the framework's development.

The past few months have kept myself and my team quite busy, as we've turned our attentions from maintenance of the Zend Framework 1.X series to Zend Framework 2.0. I've been fielding questions regularly about ZF2 lately, and felt it was time to talk about the roadmap for ZF2, what we've done so far, and how the community can help.

Included in the roadmap for the upcoming version are things like easing the learning curve for new developers, improving the baseline performance of the framework, an effort to simplify things and to use PHP 5.3 to it's best capabilities.

You can see the full roadmap here.

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