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2.4 / 31 July 2018
|License||New BSD license|
Nette Framework is an open-source framework for creating web applications in PHP 5 and 7. It supports AJAX, DRY, KISS, MVC and code reusability. Original author of the framework is David Grudl, but further development is now maintained by the Nette Foundation organization. Nette is a free software released under both the New BSD license and the GNU GPL version 2 or 3.
- Application – The kernel of web application
- Bootstrap – Bootstrap of your application
- Caching – Cache layer with set of storages
- Component Model – Foundation for component systems
- DI – Dependency Injection Container
- Database – Database layer
- Finder – Finds files and directories with intuitive interface
- Forms – Greatly facilitates secure web forms
- Http – Layer for the HTTP request & response
- Latte – Amazing template engine
- Mail – Sending E-mails
- Neon – Loads and dumps NEON format
- Php Generator – PHP code generator
- Reflection – PHP class reflection enhancements
- Robot Loader – Comfortable autoloading
- Safe Stream – Safe atomic operations with files
- Security – Provides access control system
- Tester – Comfortable and easy-to-use unit testing tool
- Tokenizer – String tokenization
- Tracy – Debugging tool
- Utils – Utilities and Core Classes
- deprecated – Namespace containing deprecated classes
Development and versioning
|2.0||Last 2.0.x release was Nette 2.0.18|
|2.1||Latest 2.1.x release is Nette 2.1.12|
|2.2||Latest 2.2.x release is Nette 2.2.13|
|2.3||Latest 2.3.x release is Nette 2.3.10|
|2.4||Latest 2.4.x release is Nette 2.4.0|
- "Released version 2.4.0".
- Nette license
- Nette Components
- Nette Framework 2.0 finally released!
- Nette Framework 2.0.16, 17 and 18 released
- Nette 2.1.0 finally released!
- Nette Framework 2.2.0 released!
- Nette Framework 2.3.0 released!
- Nette Framework 2.4.0 released!
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