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Felix Geisendörfer's Blog:
Containable 2.0 BETA
June 14, 2007 @ 10:39:00

Felix Geisendörfer has officially released the latest version of his Containable Behavior for the CakePHP framework:

Sorry I've taken so long to get a new version of my Containable Behavior released, but believe me I've not been slacking this time. [...] In fact I'm releasing the new version as a BETA right now since I'm still not 100% satisfied with the result and not all features have made it in yet, but I felt the need for iterating. However, the new version should be a big step up from this initial one and I hopefully bug free.

The post includes both the code for the new version of the behavior but also several examples on its use. Improvements in this new version include better performance, new function (containments), support for dynamic field containments and different field containments.

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