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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Phalcon 2.0 Alpha Landing
January 20, 2014 @ 09:42:37

The SitePoint PHP blog has posted a new article about the latest version of Phalcon (v2.0) and an example of it in use.

I've written about Phalcon before, and we've got a variety of articles on the framework published already, which is apparent if you just visit the . In fact, not so long ago, I wrote about Zephir, Phalcon's noble initiative to make building PHP extensions accessible to everyone. Today, a new milestone has been reached by the team, and one that definitely warrants discussion. Way ahead of time, the Phalcon team announced the imminent release of Phalcon 2.0 alpha 1.

He introduces this new version, noting that this is a full rewrite of the framework in a new language, Zaphir (a derivative of PHP). He then gets into using Zephir to make an example extension, complete with a screencast and sample code. He finishes off the post with some information about how you can contribute back to the project and help increase its test coverage.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/phalcon-2-0-alpha-landing

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