Per our previous ZF3 update, this is the first in an ongoing series of bi-weekly posts on ZF3 development status.
80 pull requests merged
Marco Pivetta noted yesterday on twitter:
Receiving around 15 mails/hour from zendframework repositories: work is going on at full speed :O #zf2 #zf3
Activity has been quite high the past couple weeks, with more than 80 pull requests merged (link requires a GitHub account). Many of these were related to the Expressive release candidates (more on those later), but more than half were on ZF components, and ranged from bugfixes to new features to ZF3-specific refactors.
We released the following components and versions since the last update. While not all releases are related to ZF3 specifically, this list is intended to detail activity within the organization. One goal of splitting the various components was to increase release velocity; we're definitely seeing that happen!
CallbackStream, updates the
SapiEmitterto emit a
Content-Lengthheader by default, and ensures the default charset of an
TemplateRendererInterfaceand related value objects used by Expressive; this allows developers to use the interface in non-Expressive applications.
RouterInterfaceand related value objects used by Expressive; this allows developers to use the interface in non-Expressive applications.
serverUrlhelpers that work with zend-expressive-router and PSR-7, respectively.
Since the last update, the following components have been refactored to work with the planned v3 versions of zend-servicemanager and zend-eventmanager. Please note that no new versions have been released at this time; all work remains either in pull requests or in the develop branches of each component.
This week, we've issued two release candidates of Expressive, with RC4 being the latest. Be sure to read the RC3 and RC4 announcements to find out what changes have been made; a lot of work has occurred in the past few weeks!
We'll be providing another update on either 22 or 23 December 2015 (based on holiday vacation schedules).
Until then, if you want to help:
Many thanks to all the contributors who have provided feedback, patches, reviews, or releases!
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