CakePHP is a web development framework, somewhat similar to Rails. It provides scaffolding tools, an ActiveRecord/DataMapper implementation, doesn't require much setup or configuration. It comes with helpers for text translations, caching, validation, authorization backends, CSRF and XSS protection, and templating. It follows the Web-"MVC" scheme, centralized route dispatching, less efficient class-by-class autoloading, etc. Thorough API documentation and a rich set of user-contributed plugins e
minor feature: Support for TLS 1.2 was added to CakeSocket. Using newer TLS versions requires PHP5.6 or greater. The CSRF and Security token fields now have autocomplete=off. This resolves a problem with the back button in new versions of Safari. ControllerTestCase::testAction() now works as expected when App.base is set. Validation::notEmpty() accepts -0.0 as it does on 3.x. Livia Scapin. Marc Würth. Marcin Stramek. Mark Story. ndm2.