Changelog

2.0.0 (This is the first stable release of the new version 2 release branch.)

ID Title (GitHub Link)
# ventManager - provides subject/observer, pubsub, aspect-oriented programming, signal slots, and event systems for your applic
# erviceManager - provides an Inversion of Co
# I - provides a Dependency Injection Container, another form
# VC - a newly written MVC layer for ZF2, using controllers as services, and wiring everything together using
# oduleManager - a solution for providing plug-and-play functionality for either MVC applications or any application requiring pluggable 3rd party code. Within ZF2, the ModuleManager provides the MVC with services, and assists in wiring
# oader - provides new options for autoloading, including standard, performant PSR-0 loading and class-map-based autol
# ode - provides support for code reflection, static code scanning, and annotation p
# onfig - more performant and more flexible configuration parsing and cr
# scaper - a new component for providing context-specific escaping solutions for HTML, HTML attributes, CSS, JavaScript, and combinations of contexts as
# TTP - rewritten to provide better header, request, and response abstr
# 18n - a brand new internationalization and localization layer built on top of PHP's ext/intl ext
# nputFilter - a new component for providing normalization and validation of sets o
# orm - rewritten from the ground up to properly separate validation, domain modeling, and presentation concerns. Allows binding objects to forms, defining forms and input filters via annotations, an
# og - rewritten to be more flexible and provide better capabilities surrounding message formats and fil
# ail - rewritten to separate concerns more cleanly between messages and tran
# ession - rewritten to make testing easier, as well as to make it more configurable for end
# ri - rewritten to provide a cleaner, more object oriented interface. Many components have been ported from Zend Framework 1, and operate in practically identical manners to their 1.X equivalent. Others, such as the service components, have been moved to their own repositories to ensure that as APIs change, they do not need to wait on the framework to release new versions. Welcome to a new generation of Zend Fra