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Version 3.6.0 has just been released and includes some notable improvements, some of which are thanks to developers who give consistent feedback about the use of Wave Framework.
Here is a list of improvements:
• Documentation has been updated with indexes and anchors, which allows easier sharing of documentation.
• Added jQuery 2.0 as an alternative - to use the new version of jQuery (which is not supported in older Internet Explorer browsers), then change jquery.js file to jquery2.js in the View Controller.
• Made session starting configurations possible to be changed at runtime, through Factory. This gives an option to load different sessions at times when you need it.
• Developer tools Debugger and Log Reader for internal log messages are now browser IP and session-based, allowing to separate messages from one another based on client that makes the request.
• Added a warning to developer tools when using the default password.
• Fixed bug with tester script that did not properly autoload certain PHP scripts.
• Implemented an improved getState() method that allows to return data better from nested arrays.
• Implemented an improved setState() that allows to set nested array values in State more easily.
• PNG images will also now get a background, if RGB setting is set within the dynamic image loading parameters.
Grab the latest version at www.waveframework.com or update through repositories over at GitHub, SourceForge and others.
Wave is a PHP micro-framework that is built loosely on model-view-control architecture and factory method design pattern. It is made for web services, websites and info-systems and is built around a native API architecture, caching and smart image and resource management. Wave is a compact framework that does not include optional libraries, has a very small footprint and is developed keeping lightweight speed and optimizations in mind.