Project Release Information
This release contains classes to generate a swagger API declaration. The loader uses now a new annotation parser for easier routing. This release adds new html5 filter collections and fixes many bugs.
This release fixes the OpenID provider association implementation (now using OpenSSL functions), adds an OpenSSL wrapper class and a util markdown parser class, improves error and exception handling, adds a webfinger util library, adds a SQL table abstraction class (and therefore removes the servlet interface), adds an HTTP uploading libary, and improves several tests.
Updated atom and RSS item parsing. The HTTP socks handler has been fixed with proper handling of chunked transfer encoding. An OpenID provider implementation has been added. This release updates the HTTP request class and fixes the curl handler. The "Expect: 100-Continue" header has been removed and ca-bundle.pem updated. The NestedSet library has been removed and new unit tests added. Several bugs have been fixed.
This is a major release that changes the structure of the library so that it is no longer backwards compatible. A "camelcase" coding style is now used. The data writer library was updated for handling Atom and RSS feeds correctly. An HTTP library option was added to automatically follow redirects, and unused classes were removed. Unit tests were improved and the manual was rewritten. Many bugs were also fixed.
This release adds form generation and request library. It implements a psx_input interface that offers a general way to get values from an untrusted source. It rewrites the filter and task libraries. The manual has been updated to the current version. This release fixes OpenID, OAuth, and the Yadis library. It adds and fixes unit tests and has some minor bugfixes.
PSX is a framework for developing dynamic Web sites in PHP. The goal of PSX is to help you develop RESTful APIs serving Web standard formats like JSON, XML, Atom, and RSS. It has a focus on social technologies and provides classes to use and implement OAuth, OpenID, Opengraph, Opensocial, Opensearch, PubSubHubbub, Atom, and RSS.