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New Developer Documentation

As we renew our web presence, we're gradually bringing more and more of our documentation online. Today we added the Container Rule Driver Development Guide, which is a comprehensive guide for building custom container rules. If you're not sure what a container rule is, check out the Recite CMS Product Tour - this tour demonstrates some container rule functionality.Additionally, we also published some updates to the main Recite CMS developer guide. This guide contains generic information that applies to...

Recite CMS 2.1.3 Released

Recite CMS 2.1.3 was today released, which addresses an issue that may occur in certain situations when triggering events. No package updates are required for this version. You can upgrade using the Recite CMS Administration Site. We encourage all users to upgrade to this version. 

PHP 5.2.13 Released!

PHP 5.2.13 Released!
The PHP development team would like to announce the immediate availability of PHP 5.2.13. This release focuses on improving the stability of the PHP 5.2.x branch with over 40 bug fixes, some of which are security related. All users of PHP 5.2 are encouraged to upgrade to this release. Security Enhancements and Fixes in PHP 5.2.13: Fixed safe_mode validation inside tempnam() when the directory path does not end with a /). (Martin Jansen) Fixed a possible open_basedir/safe_mode bypass in...

New Recite Web Site Launched

Today we have relaunched this web site. Powered by Recite CMS 2.1, we hope to keep you up to date with all news about Recite CMS. You can get a glimpse of how we built this site using Recite CMS by clicking the "Behind This Site" link in the top-right corner of this page.In addition to this web site, we've also launched our new Documentation Portal (up-to-date administrator, user and developer guides) and Download Portal (download and install Recite CMS now!). We hope you like the new web site and are...

Symfony Live 2010

This week, I've been attending Symfony Live in Paris, speaking on integrating Zend Framework with Symfony. The experience has been quite rewarding, and certainly eye-opening for many. To be honest, I was a little worried about the conference -- many see Symfony and ZF as being in competition, and that there would be no cross-pollination. I'm hoping that between Fabien, Stefan, and myself, we helped dispel that myth this week. Continue reading "Symfony Live 2010"

Recite CMS 2.1.2 Released

Recite CMS 2.1.2 has today been released. This marks the first publicly available version in the 2.1.x series. This version includes the following improvements:Upgrade to Zend Framework 1.10.2Ability to have multiple sites for a single client.We encourage all users to upgrade to Recite 2.1.2 when convenient. As always you can install any updates via the Recite CMS Administration Site. If you don't already have Recite CMS, visit the Get Recite page for more details.

Dutch PHP Conference

Dutch PHP Conference
The Dutch PHP Conference is now in its 4th year and yet again promises a varied and inspiring few days of excellent technical content including Sebastian Bergmann, Kevlin Henney, Chris Shiflett, Ilia Alshanetsky and many other fascinating speakers and topics. The event is held in Amsterdam from 10th to 12th June 2010, for more information see the website at http://phpconference.nl - we hope you can join us in Amsterdam in June!

Recite CMS 2.0.5 Released

Recite CMS 2.0.5 has today been released, presenting a number of updates from the 2.0.4 release earlier this month. Some of the improvements include:Upgrade to Zend Framework 1.10.1Add license status indicators to administration siteVarious per-request data cache optimisationsImprove auto-generation of web server configurationsAutomatic optimisation of search indexesInclude user roles when exporting users to CSVWe encourage all users to upgrade to this version. This will be the final release in the 2.0.x...

Creating Re-Usable Zend_Application Resource Plugins

In my last article, I wrote about how to get started with Zend_Application, including some information about how to write resource methods, as well as listing available resource plugins. What happens when you need a re-usable resource for which there is no existing plugin shipped? Why, write your own, of course! All plugins in Zend Framework follow a common pattern. Basically, you group plugins under a common directory, with a common class prefix, and then notify the pluggable class of their...