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CakePHP 2.5.0-beta- Latest Version Released With Several Features

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The latest version of CakePHP 2.5.0-beta released with many features, announced by the CakePHP core team. This is the first beta release for the 2.5 branch that delivers improved CakePHP's performance, exceptional security and ease of use. The 2.4.x branch will replaced by this new version when it done completely.

CakePHP is one of the excellent open source web application frameworks that follow Model-View-Controller approach and distributed under the MIT License. This framework uses excellent concept and software design patterns. It also uses code generation and scaffolding features to speedily create prototypes. When migrating from the older version to the latest one, you will get some exciting features like:

Enhanced Memcached support

In order to provide support for the php extension ext/memcached, A new Cache engine has been added that is faster and better supported extension for using this popular key-value database. The old Memcache engine is also deprecated in order to introduce this new adapter

Consistent priorities in global and local events

Users find the limitation in the previous version that listeners attached to the global EventManager would always be called earlier than any other local listeners, in spite of the priorities. The priority queue between global and local event listeners is unified by CakePHP 2.5. Moreover, you can also perform more complex and complete feature oriented programs with a single unified set of priorities.

CompletionShell

They are provided a cake shell that will help to get command and options completion for your cake shells for those shells environments that support command completion such as bash and zsh. Those users, who have ever wondered what shells, are available or what options they can take, this option is especially created for you. Moreover, ensure to check the documentation for detailed information.

Cache::remember()

With this method, you can able to implement read-through cache operations. It will look to cached data for the passed cached key that is still valid. In case, you are unable to find then execute a callback method and its return value stored under the cache key. It is useful for minimizing amount of repetitive code around checking for cache misses.

Security::encrypt() and AES encrypted cookies

AES encrypted cookies can be used for storing data in cookies that should not be changed by the user. The new AES-256 encryption is also used for preventing various classes of attacks like cookie tampering.

Update is also seen in the API docs and cookbook that reflects the changes and updates for 2.5.0. If you are finding any confusion then contact us for more information. You can also visit below given to solve your queries.

  • http://api.cakephp.org/2.5

  • https://github.com/cakephp/cakephp/releases/2.5.0-beta

  • http://book.cakephp.org/2.0/en/appendices/2-5-migration-guide.html

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