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Recite CMS 2.0.2 Released

Recite 2.0.2 was today released, presenting a small number of stability updates and new features. Some of the improvements include:Ability to browse files and pages using the WYSIWYGUpgraded to Zend Framework 1.9.6Updated packages have also been released for this version. To get started with Recite CMS, please contact us.

Recite CMS 2.0.1 Released

Recite 2.0.1 was today released, presenting a number of stability updates and new features. Users of Recite 2.0.0 should upgrade as soon as possible. Note that this version breaks compatibility with some Recite 2.0.0 packages. Compatible versions of all packages have been released.Some of the improvements include: Ability to manage user roles for custom client user directories Ability to segment protected pages by user role (that is, allow some roles in a directory to access a protected and others not)...

PHP 5.3.1 Released!

PHP 5.3.1 Released!
The PHP development team would like to announce the immediate availability of PHP 5.3.1. This release focuses on improving the stability of the PHP 5.3.x branch with over 100 bug fixes, some of which are security related. All users of PHP are encouraged to upgrade to this release. Security Enhancements and Fixes in PHP 5.3.1: Added "max_file_uploads" INI directive, which can be set to limit the number of file uploads per-request to 20 by default, to prevent possible DOS via temporary file...

Building RESTful Services with Zend Framework

As a followup to my previous post, I now turn to RESTful web services. I originally encountered the term when attending php|tropics in 2005, where George Schlossnaggle likened it to simple GET and POST requests. Since then, the architectural style -- and developer understanding of the architectural style -- has improved a bit, and a more solid definition can be made. Continue reading "Building RESTful Services with Zend Framework"