5 Fresh Features Of CakePHP 3.6 You Need To Know

by JONATHAN PAUL Jonathan Paul working at PHPProgrammers, a leading

While CakePHP is getting better day by day with every version releases, this article collects and presents to you all the fresh new features that businesses can enjoy with CakePHP development.

If there’s one framework of PHP that has been always in the limelight is CakePHP as the PHP language itself emerged with time. No doubt, it is one of the comprehensive and straightforward frameworks known and developers cannot stop loving and using more of it because of its cohesiveness. It allows them to try and pull any of the utility classes in a web app and develop it seamlessly using the framework or any custom router classes.  In other words, it gives way for creating codes which can be reused for applications with similar built-up and functionalities. Consequently, the CakePHP programmers are not needed to do everything from scratch saving up lots of time in the process of website development.

So, anyone guessing out the reason behind the ever-lasting influence of CakePHP in web development, the answer is the dynamic evolution of its features set. Take a look here a few of the fresh features unleashed in CakePHP in its latest versions to make it even better.

New Middleware

New Middleware is appended into the last 3.6 version release of CakePHP which will assist in reading encoded request bodies by splitting them into pieces of data.

Improvement in the plugins

The usual plugins available in the CakePHP have now an added advantage and that is a plugin object which provides the idea of how to integrate with the web application for the perfect outcome.  So, improved plugins made installations quite simpler for the PHP developers.

Cache routes

With the new 3.6 version of the framework, the PHP programmers can beautifully cache the web application’s routes which consequently improve the run time of the applications that are built with more routes.

Compact routes

Application routes got enough attention with CakePHP’s advancing versions. For instance, the route targets can be now well defined by the developers in the application using a short string format.  

Deprecation Warnings

To add to the list, CakePHP 3.6 offer runtime deprecations for all the earlier detected deprecated behaviours in the framework. To be precise, they are a kind of warnings about the changes to come along with the upgrade version release of 4.0.0.

While these were chiefly the added features in the 3.6 version upgrade of CakePHP and its corresponding updates, they have all contributed towards taking CakePHP web development one-step ahead. However, as said earlier, there’s never stopping back of the framework and it will be back with major overhauls in the next version.

Jonathan Paul is a PHP team lead and expert CakePHP programmer positioned at PHPProgrammers, a time-worn established firm for complete web development which lets businesses hire CakePHP developers in Australia at the best quotations to turn they web projects to reality. An avid writer and keen learner, he likes to pen up latest stories, tech news and evolutions in the PHP arena to make other agents in industry aware of the same.

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