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php - zend framework 2.1 released

The zend framework 2 girls and guys (hopefully there are some girls) have released their first minor update called 2.1.0. Congratulations from my side to you guys.

While reading the release notes my face starts smiling when i've reached the "new tooling sections". Why? Because of the following entries.

- Skeleton application creation - Module creation within a skeleton - Autoloader classmap creation - ZF2 installation to a directory

I can't wait to play around with that. There is also a great looking howto out there in the web.

Also quite exciting:

New Zend\Permissions\Rbac component, providing Role-Based Authorization Controls. These complement our existing Zend\Permissions\Acl component, providing another mechanism for providing authorization for your applications. We have Kyle Spraggs to thank for this addition.

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