PHP-DI 6.0 released
I am very happy to announce that PHP-DI 6.0 has been released.Read More >
PHP-DI 6: turning into a compiled container for maximum performances
PHP-DI's motto is "The dependency injection container for humans".
This is very important because it defines what PHP-DI tries to be: practical to use, consistent, predictable, with a configuration format that is easy to read and write and a great documentation.Read More >
PHP-DI 5.4 released
I am happy to announce that PHP-DI version 5.4 has been released. Here is the list of changes in this new version.Read More >
PHP-DI 5.3 released
I am happy to announce that PHP-DI version 5.3 has been released. The changes in this new version are:Read More >
Introducing the PHP-DI bridge for Slim
Slim 3 was released 3 months ago and it was significant. It is one of the first frameworks to integrate the latest standards and concepts in its core:Read More >
PHP-DI 5.2 released
I am happy to announce that PHP-DI version 5.2 has been released. This new version comes with:Read More >
PHP-DI 5.1 released
I am happy to announce that PHP-DI version 5.1 has been released. This new version comes with:Read More >
PHP-DI 5.0 released
I am very excited to announce that, after 8 months of work, PHP-DI 5.0 is released.
Note: If you have never heard of PHP-DI before, I recommend you to visit the home page to get an overview of what PHP-DI can do for you.Read More >
Syntactic sugar in PHP-DI 5
It's been quite some time since there was a bit of news here. The reason is that a lot of work has been done for PHP-DI 5! It is not yet ready, but it is coming along great!
I am not going to list everything that will be included in this next major version today. For now I'll simply give you a glimpse of the syntactic sugar that it will bring.Read More >
PHP-DI 4.4 released
I am happy to announce that PHP-DI version 4.4 has been released.
This version contains mainly improvements to the
Container::call() feature, and contains no BC-break.
PHP 5.6 is out and PHP-DI just got better
PHP 5.6 has been released a month ago and PHP-DI just got better because of it!
As explained 9 months ago when I introduced the new definition format for PHP-DI 4, that format has been thought for the future.Read More >
PHP-DI 4.3 released
I am happy to announce that PHP-DI version 4.3 has been released. This version contains features that have all been implemented by contributors other than me, this is very encouraging :) This is also the quickest release, since 4.2 was released only 14 days ago.
It comes without any BC break, and with a new main feature:
to import environment variables.
PHP-DI 4.2 released
I am happy to announce that PHP-DI version 4.2 has been released.Read More >
PHP-DI 4.1 released
I am happy to announce that PHP-DI version 4.1 has been released. This version was focused on stability and documentation improvements, with full backward compatibility.Read More >
PHP-DI just reached 200 stars on GitHub and 10 000 installs through Packagist!Read More >
PHP-DI 4.0 released
I am extremely happy to announce that, after 4 months of work and more than 150 commits, PHP-DI version 4.0 has been released! This is a new major release, and it delivers. As indicated by "major release", it comes with BC breaks, but this is for the better.Read More >
What will change in PHP-DI 4: the new definition format
In PHP-DI 4, the definition format will change. Autowiring and Annotations are still there, but the YAML and PHP array definitions have disappeared. Let's see why.Read More >