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PRADO 3.1.0 alpha is released

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We are proud to announce the ALPHA release of PRADO 3.1.0. This is the
result of nearly nine months of hard work from the PRADO Group and
represents a major milestone in the PRADO development. We hereby thank
all PRADO supporters.

Please note, since this is an alpha release, parts of the code
(especially those related with new features) may not be stable and are
subject to change. Be very cautious if you intend to use this release
in a production environment.

You can download PRADO from its project website at .

- DB access: added three layers of database support, including
PDO-based data access, active record and SqlMap.
- AJAX: added a whole array of AJAX-enabled Web controls (called active
- Web services: added SOAP and JSON services.
- Output caching: added support to caching selective parts of rendered
HTML pages.
- new demos: added five new demos, including chat, currency-converter,
soap, sqlmap and time-tracker.
- and many other minor enhancements and bug fixes.

Please see the upgrade instructions included in the release. In
general, upgrading to PRADO 3.1.0 from 3.0.x should be very safe
without much effort.

PHP 5.1 or above is required. All functionalities have been tested on
Windows and Linux using Internet Explorer 6/7, FireFox and Safari.

For those who have never heard of PRADO before, PRADO is a
component-based and event-driven programming framework for developing
Web applications in PHP 5. PRADO stands for Php Rapid Application
Development Object-oriented. PRADO was initially released in August
2004 and has since been adopted by thousands of developers.

PRADO is best suitable for creating Web applications that are highly
user-interactive. It can be used to develop systems as simple as a blog
system to those as complex as a content management system (CMS) or a
complete e-commerce solution. Because PRADO promotes object-oriented
programming through its component-based methodology, it fits extremely
well for team work and enterprise development.

Jan 15 '07 #1
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