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Zend Framework Preview Release 0.1.4 Posted!
June 30, 2006 @ 14:09:25

The latest version of the wildly popular Zend Framework has been released today - Preview Release 0.1.4.

The Zend Framework community has released another preview release adding new components into the core, increasing the number of nascent incubator components, and now providing the manual in 10 languages. Along with the 0.1.4 release comes a new end-user community wiki, development wiki, issue tracker, changeset browser, and other infrastructure changes to help the community track the progress and be involved in the project.

A special "Thanks" goes out to all contributors for both the release and working through the infrastructure changes for the working project. We received a great number of contributions for code, documentation, translations, testing, feedback and help migrating from our old systems to the new.

Updates made in this latest release include changes to the Zend_Controller_RewriteRouter, Zend_config, Zend_Cache, Zend_Pdf, Zend_Search, and much more. Check out this post over on the Zend Developer Zone for complete details or head over to framework.zend.com to grab it.

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