CakePHP – What’s Cooking?
The astonishing world of CakePHP is known for continuously advancing its stature and reassuring its presence. Its virtues come across strongly with its definitive updates. The CakePHP team makes it much clear that the prolific platform is going to continue its winning spree with ever scalable definitions and resourceful ventures.
Recently, the team has announced an immediate availability of CakePHP 2.3.0-beta. This latest version of CakePHP includes feature-packed performance and security proponents. Let’s see how it is going to make your life easier and better.
With CakePHP 2.3.0-beta, the developers will now be able to easily define CACHE and LOGS, as these are now conditionally defined by CakePHP. This means the CakePHP developers do not have to apply any code for creating logs and caches, and it would be now automatically generated by the system. This will allow the programmers to fetch the necessary data by simply applying FETCH command.
Few resourceful components have been added to the architecture to add value to already existing modules. To support blowfish/bcrypt equipment hashed passwords, AUTHENTICATE ADAPTER has been implemented which would let you use the bcrypt passwords in your $authenticate array. This feature has also been extended to serve the authentication access by blocking the users with stateless authentication.
Another component added to the new version is PAGINATOR which offers the ‘FIND’ TYPE option. This can be used to specify the ‘find’ method for Pagination. This is something that would really help developers Paginate in a quick and effortless manner.
Two more components added in this version include COOKIE COMPONENT and HANDLER COMPONENT. Cookie Component offers similar features as CakeSession. The new Handler component provides the user with the facility to request for mapping a content type for viewing a class name.
Any enterprise will look at the data security perspective very keenly and only when convinced safe would they embrace new technologies and devices. Tablets are the better technology than the Smartphones in terms of physical compatibility and better user experience. With these advantages of the iPad, the enterprises have matured in enterprise security over the years and have robust security infrastructure in place for their current system. Enterprise application on iPad or other tablets/Phones opens up an array of concerns, which they never had to bother about earlier.
In the early history of iPhone, it was dismissed by enterprises as insecure and unsuitable. Today, both iPhone and iPad are being adopted by a growing number of enterprises. Apple claims that 50% of Fortune 100 countries are now “deploying or piloting” the iPad. It is also being said that one out of every four companies are using or planning to use an iPad. None including Apple did little expect that this product would be accepted in this intensity.
When the iPad 3 was released in the month of March, 2012 many exclaimed an irony of Christmas in March! Such is the craze from the fans of the Apple when it comes to launching of their products. Though iPad started as a consumer device, people are using it for personal as well as for work. iOS itself can be leveraged to implement a robust security environment since it has categorized the security framework on an iPad into four sections; Device security, Data security, Network security and Application security.
The astonishing world of CakePHP is known for continuously advancing its stature and reassuring its presence. Its virtues come across strongly with its definitive updates. The CakePHP team makes it much clear that the prolific platform is going to continue its winning spree with ever scalable definitions and resourceful ventures. Recently, the team has announced…