Wednesday
27
February
2008

Zend Framework 1.5RC1 & 1.0.4

It has been annouced in the past, and now it’s reality.
A few hours ago the new version 1.0.4 of the Zend Framework has been released. It has been slightly improved and many bugfixes has been integrated.

With this release the version 1.0 comes to an end. This is the last release for 1.0.

But so time to be worry, the next release 1.5 is already looking out of the box. A release candidate can be downloaded and tested here.

Have fun with the new versions and features.

Greetings
Thomas
I18N Team Leader of the Zend Framework

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Friday
15
February
2008

Zend Framework 1.0.4 coming

Es wurde bereits offiziell angekündigt…
Das neue Release 1.0.4 vom Zend Framework wird zwischen 20.Februar und 22.Februar veröffentlicht.

Es wird allerdings die letzte Release für 1.0 sein… das kommende Release 1.5 steht schon in den Startlöchern und wird in den nächsten 1-3 Monaten released.

Also… Frohliches Fameworking.
Grüße
Thomas
I18N Team Leader Zend Framework

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Is was already official announced…
The next version 1.0.4 of the Zend Framework will be official available between 20.february and 22.february.

But this will be the last release for 1.0… the next release 1.5 is already in the starting blocks and will be released within the next 1-3 months.

So… happy frameworking.

Greetings
Thomas
I18N Team Leader Zend Framework

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Friday
8
February
2008

Zend_View_Helper_Translate

Liebe Leute,

ich in froh euch bekanntgeben zu dürfen das Zend_View_Helper_Translate heute in den Core vom Zend Framework aufgenommen wurde.

Mit dieser Komponente ist es jetzt möglich auf sehr einfache Art und Weise Übersetzungen direkt in der View durchzuführen.
Viel Spaß damit…

Grüße
Thomas
I18N Team Leader vom Zend Framework

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Dear fellows,

I am happy that I can announce you that Zend_View_Helper_Translate has today approved to be integrated into the core of Zend Framework.

With this component it is now possible to do translations in a simple way directly within the view.
Have fun with it…

Greetings
Thomas
I18N Team Leader of Zend Framework

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