The CakePHP core team have just announced the immediate availability of CakePHP 4.2.4. This is a maintenance release for the 4.2 branch that fixes several community reported issues. All users of CakePHP 4.2 branch are encouraged to upgrade to this version. CakePHP 4 is as tasty as other major CakePHP releases but will now require you to use PHP 7.2. With a refreshed application skeleton design, the framework comes with a streamlined API making your development and application faster.
You can expect the following changes in 4.2.4. See the changelog for every commit.
bin/cake routes checknot handling redirect routes correctly.
- Removed a connection flag from the SQLServer driver that is incompatible with new versions of SQLServer.
- Improved API documentation.
TableHelpernow accepts integers and floats as cell values.
- Updated documentation for
- Improved PHP8 compatibility for silenced errors.
'0'as a non-empty value. This aligns the behavior with documentation and original intent.
- DatabaseSession now uses the session table’s entity when creating/deleting records.
- Fixed path handling in
FileCacheto prevent deleting an empty paths.
Contributors to CakePHP 4.2.4
This release is made available thanks to the contributions of :
- Alexander Volle
- Mark Story
CakePHP is a rapid development framework for PHP which uses commonly known design patterns like Associative Data Mapping, Front Controller, and MVC. Released under an MIT license.