Alpha Framework 1.2.4 released

Announcing the release of version 1.2.4 of the Alpha Framework for PHP.

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I am happy to announce the 1.2.4 release of the Alpha Framework has be completed. The focus of this release was on improved performance. The following major enhancements are included:

  • Redis and APC implementations provided for AlphaCacheProviderInterface.
  • Tag search engine now caches search results.
  • Minified any outstanding .js and .css files.
  • Many more bug fixes and usability improvements.

You can find more detailed information from the change log and the user documentation, while Alpha 1.2.4 can be downloaded from here.

This will be the last release of Alpha 1.x, as the next release will be 2.0.0 which will include some backwards-compatibility breaks to introduce some important refactors. See the 2.0.0 milestone on Assembla for details.

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John Collins

I have been writing about web technology and software development since 2001. I am the developer of the Alpha Framework for PHP, and the Five.Today personal productivity app. I love open source, technology, and economics.

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