CakePHP 3.6.5 releases: The Rapid Development Framework for PHP


CakePHP is a rapid development framework for PHP which uses commonly known design patterns like Associative Data Mapping, Front Controller, and MVC. Our primary goal is to provide a structured framework that enables PHP users at all levels to rapidly develop robust web applications, without any loss of flexibility.

CakePHP3.6.5 has been released. This is a maintenance release for the 2.10 branch that fixes several communities reported issues.


  • Improved deprecation warning text.
  • Plugin::load() now uses concrete plugin classes if a plugin has adopted new style plugins.
  • The mimetype for .bmp was added to Response.
  • Plugin::routes() had a deprecation warning added. This method is no longer  necessary when using an Application class.
  • Missing deprecation warnings were added to Response.
  • IntegrationTestCase once again accepts array URLs when generating requests.
  • Email messages no correctly word-wrap multi-byte characters.
  • Http\Client restores the error handler after a socket error.
  • AppShell is now included in the list of auto-discovered shells.
  • ConsoleIntegrationTestCase now catches StopException and sets the test  case exitCode property accordingly.
  • Cell::__debugInfo() no longer emits a notice error.
  • Pagination metadata now includes the start & end record numbers.
  • The Model.afterSaveCommit event always recieves an ArrayObject for $options now.



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