The Phalcon Team is happy to announce the release of v4.0.0 Beta 2! Github Tag.
We might sound like a broken record with every blog post but we cannot stress enough how thankful we are to our community. The contributions, testing, documentation updates and questions really help push Phalcon forward and make us offer the best possible framework for all to use! Thank you again!
We would like to also welcome Ruud Boon who is joining the core team today. We thank him for his contributions and advice so far and looking forward to more in the future.
Phalcon v4 Beta 2 addresses several bugs that have been reported from the community, primarily focused on interface changes. As one would expect, through testing we found more issues that we need to address so our cards to do increased from the previous release.
You can see the remaining cards for v4 in our project page.
Work is slowly moving ahead also in our documentation. We have completed checking a few more documents, This effort can be tracked in this issue.
Thank you again to everyone that has engaged us through social media, as well as our Discord server. Our community is the drive that makes Phalcon better with every release.
- Fixed missing imports in
Phalcon\Storage\Serializer\AbstractSerializerto return true when the data is seriazable and false when it’s not.
Phalcon\Storage\Adapter\Redis::getKeys()deprecated warning from php-redis #14281
Phalcon\Mvc\Model\ResultSet::Update()to return correct status #14291
Phalcon\Paginator\Adapter\QueryBuilderto throw exception on incorrect parameter #14299
- Removed dead libsodium-related code. It was never called in PHP >= 7.0.
Did you know that you can now add comments to our documentation as well as our blog posts?
The packages in packagecloud.io are being updated (at the time of this post) and will be ready soon. You will need to use the
mainline repository to install v4.0.0-beta2. You can also download the zip file, as well as DLLs for Windows, from our release page here.
You can also clone the repository and checkout the tag, and then run
zephir fullclean zephir build
to install the new extension. Detailed installation instructions can be found in our documentation page.
Note: It might take a bit of time for the DEB and RPM packages to be built from when this blog post is published.
Once again a huge thank you to all of our contributors! You guys have helped us a lot. You can help us even more by installing this version and testing it. If you find bugs, please report them in our Github Issues page. Alternatively you can always join us in our Discord server or our Forum.
<3 Phalcon Team