This blog post is not related to the actual code of Phalcon, but to the process of updating our documentation and notifying our Discord server of the build status.

LATEST POSTS

The Phalcon Team is happy to announce the release of v4.0.0 Alpha 3! Github Tag

We cannot thank your community enough! By reporting bugs, offering feedback and suggestions, pull requests, being active in discussions about how the framework should move towards the future, you all help us make Phalcon better with every release.

We are happy to announce that we have released Phalcon 3.4.3.

This release offers support for PHP 7.3 for the v3 series.

As with any open source project, developers usually don’t have the time to keep up with everything that is going on. As such, some things are missed that could potentially help developers. Phalcon is no different, and despite the fact that we have a very “observant” community, we thought we would outline a few things that you might have missed

The first community hangout of 2019 was awesome and super fun! We are really happy to interact with the community and offer news, vision and problems we are facing in the Phalcon ecosystem.

If you have missed the live hangout, you can watch it on YouTube:

Time flies when you are having fun! It seems that our previous hangout was just yesterday…

Time for a new one for this month on Saturday the 23rd of February 2019, at 12:00:00 EST. The purpose is to talk to the community, listen to concerns and try to find solutions for common problems.

We will hold this virtual meeting in a Google Hangout on Air, which will broadcast on YouTube

Community Hangout - 2019-02-23

This success story has been submitted by our community member Ruud (ruudboon).

Phalcon is a framework that differs from the rest. Developers cannot update the framework using tools like composer with one command. Instead the extension needs to be recompiled with each new update. Some people find this a problem and a nuisance. Others, like us, find it entertaining!

The Phalcon Team is happy to announce the release of v4.0.0 Alpha 2! Github Tag

We cannot thank your community enough! By reporting bugs, offering feedback and suggestions, pull requests, being active in discussions about how the framework should move towards the future, you all help us make Phalcon better with every release.

For Phalcon v4 we wanted to enhance our documentation and make it as thorough and precise as possible. Admittedly our documentation has been lacking a lot of content, with features not being well documented, being incorrect or not documented at all. Along with that, we had a lot of broken links that were already indexed by search engines, and our redirect rules were not covering everything. That lead to a lot of frustration because developers were not able to find what they were looking for. We started an effort to correct all the above, and continuing to do so on a daily basis, with the goal being that v4 documentation is as thorough and precise as possible.

Projects
We're a nonprofit organization that creates solutions for web developers. Our products are Phalcon, Zephir and others. If you would like to help us stay free and open, please consider supporting us.