This weekend we released Stubbles 1.0.0 as the first non-alpha/non-beta version, recommended for production usage. We decided to drop all view engines except the XML/XSL one as we recommend only using this. The Memphis view engine using patTemplate was just a heavy steel ball on our feets, and our decision to drop it manifested in the way that we were able to improve Dependency Injection support all over the way for the XML/XSL view engine.
Further improvements compared to the last release focused on the command line support. Now you can write your script as implementation of the net::stubbles::console::stubConsoleCommand, using Dependency Injection in all places, and run the command with our new stubcli script which is capable of running all net::stubbles::console::stubConsoleCommand implementations.
The filter API saw a major rework making it simpler then ever to apply filters to input values. We will improve the validator API in the same way with the 1.1.0 release.
Of course several bug fixes found their way into the release. See changelog for a complete list of changes. You can get the release from our download pages.
Unfortunately the documention is not complete. If you have questions just open tickets, we will address documentation issues then.
What's next? We have planned bugfix releases for 1.0.0 if necessary. Additionally we already planned the 1.1.0 release. See list of tickets for milestone 1.1.0 on what we have planned.
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