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Propel2 Alpha 12 Release

The Propel Team – 22 January 2021

With this release, we continue Alpha-version cleanups aiming API stabilization.

Many thanks to our contributors!

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Propel2 Alpha 11 Release

The Propel Team – 07 August 2020

With this release, we continue Alpha-version cleanups aiming API stabilization. Many thanks to our contributors, who made possible this release to come that fast. πŸ‘

See you soon!

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Propel2 Alpha 10 is released

The Propel Team – 13 July 2020

Less than a month passed after the latest Alpha release, and we already happy to introduce a new Alpha 10, which includes a full support of Symfony 5 components, a first wave of PhpStan code quality fixes and a bunch of bugfixes.

You can consider this release as a good/safe option for dependent project migrations, as it contains the longest dependency list, including EOL components (which will be reduced in the next releases).

See you soon!

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Propel2 Alpha 9 is released

The Propel Team – 25 June 2020

We just released Propel2-alpha9 as a part of stabilization process aiming a stable release. There is still interest in AR based ORM with rapid development features and therefore demand on Propel2 development.

The strategy we consider sustainable is evolutionary process rather than revolutionary. Therefore avoiding heavy BC-breaks, while still evolving and cleaning up internals with better architecture and patterns. This release will be followed with a few more alpha releases where we need to get rid of outdated, EOD dependencies and enhanced compatibility.

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Propel2 current state and its future

The Propel Team – 27 June 2015

We released Propel2-alpha4 over a half a year ago and with it the last blog post. As this is a long time for an open-source project so much used, I’m going now to let you know what its current state is and what I planned for the future.

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