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Mike Naberezny's Blog:
Horde/Yaml 1.0 Released
January 11, 2008 @ 14:38:00

Mike Naberezny has posted about the latest release he's made - a 1.0 released too - of the Horde/Yaml library for working with YAML files/information inside of PHP.

This is the package's first stable release. Chuck Hagenbuch started the library as an adaptation of Spyc around six months ago. Since then, he and I have been quietly using and improving it. Along the way, we fixed many issues, added support for pecl/syck, and wrote a test suite with PHPUnit.

You can find the latest download of the package over on the Horde PEAR channel and you can find out more about the YAML (YAML Ain't Markup Language) spec over on the Yaml.org website.

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Mike Naberezny's Blog:
New in Horde Routes
September 19, 2007 @ 11:11:00

On his blog today, Mike Naberezny has posted about something new that's just been released - Horde_Routes:

I'm pleased to announce the first release of Horde_Routes, a new URL mapping system for PHP 5. This package provides classes for mapping URLs into the controllers and actions of an MVC system, inspired by Ruby on Rails.

They came up with the system because they "wanted RESTful routing, named routes, sophisticated matching, PHP 5 E_STRICT, and extensive test coverage" and nothing else seemed to meet them all. Horde_Routes includes features like route recognition and generation, named routes, being PHP 5 E_STRICT compliant and has a comprehensive unit test suite. Right now, the Routes system is in a beta stage but should be quickly moving to stable.

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Matthew Weir O'Phinney's Blog:
BostonPHP Framework Presentations
March 06, 2007 @ 10:02:00

Matthew Weir O'Phinney had the chance to present the Zend Framework during a meeting he attended of his local PHP user group (BostonPHP) as a part of a series their doing.

Horde was also represented as part of the evening's fare. It was the first time I've attended a UG, so I got the double whammy of that and being a presenter. Oh, make it a triple whammy -- Boston is a 3+ hour drive from the Burlington, VT area I now call home.

He mentions a talk that Chuck Hagenbuch (of the Horde project) gave on the current state of the project and a bit about his presentation (including some portions that pointed out problems with the Zend_Db component). You can check out this and the rest of the contents of his presentation here [pdf] and here [mp3 podcast].

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Jan Schneider's Blog:
3 projects at Google's Summer of Code
May 25, 2006 @ 05:33:19

Jan Schneider has a new blog post today concerning the acceptance of three projects (based on the Horde Project) into the Google "Summer of Code" program for this year.

3 student applications for projects in the Horde Project have been accepted by Google's Summer of Code 2006 program: an LDAP browser/manager, a Live CD, and "Wandering Books".

Here's some of the details:

  • Jonathan Burchfield's LDAP module for the Horde Application Framework to include full read/write functionality when completed
  • Soumyadip Modak's development of a Horde bootable Live CD with a complete install of all Groupware modules Horde.
  • Luciano Ramalho's "Wandering Books" application to allow anyone to turn their own library into a lending library quickly and easily.

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