Yii PHP framework 1.1 beta is released

We are very pleased to announce the beta release of Yii Framework v1.1! You can download this new release from the Yii download site:

http://www.yiiframework.com/download/

In this beta release, we fixed several minor bugs that were found in the previous alpha release. We also included some minor feature enhancements. In particular, we added support for using table prefix in Yii DAO and ActiveRecord. We refactored the sorting support so that it is more flexible. We also added support for using customized locale data when developing multi-language applications.

Besides the changes made in the core framework, we also made significiant progress in the zii project (the official extension library for Yii). We have completed the encapsulation of the jQuery UI (JUI) library and introduced a full set of widgets to facilitate using JUI plugins.

For a list of all features included in this release, please visit:

http://www.yiiframework.com/doc/guide/changes

http://www.yiiframework.com/files/CHANGELOG-1.1b.txt

Do not use this release for production use. This is still a beta release and thus may be subject to changes in future releases without prior notice.

Thank you for your support!

The Yii Developer Team

http://www.yiiframework.com

ABOUT YII FRAMEWORK

Yii is a high-performance component-based PHP framework best suited for developing large-scale Web 2.0 applications. Yii comes with a full stack of features, including MVC, DAO/ActiveRecord, I18N/L10N, caching, jQuery-based AJAX support, authentication and role-based access control (RBAC), scaffolding, input validation, widgets, events, theming, XSS protection, Web services, and so on. With its thorough documentation and a friendly user community, Yii is easy to learn and can help you cut down your application development time significantly.

Posted by Qiang Xue 2009-11-01

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