DebugKit 1.1 Released

Today marks the 1.1 release of DebugKit. After using it for the past few weeks and not finding any new issues or getting and new tickets. A few new features snuck into the release, courtesy of Andy Dawson. If you’ve been playing at home, or have a git checkout you can just git pull to get the 1.1 tag. Or if you don’t know how, don’t want to, or are to lazy to use Git, there are tar files available!. I’ve updated the documentation as well to reflect any changes in the API’s. You can find out more about the changes in the javascript or the other new and improved features . I would like to thank everyone who helped with this release.

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Just tried out the 1.1 version of DebugKit, and I just gotta say it’s the greatest thing since sliced bread. The FireCake feature in combination with FireBug and FirePHP make it an absolute MUST-have for AJAX development with CakePHP. Any CakePHP developers out there who are not yet using this are really missing out on one of the best CakePHP plugins in existence. My deepest thanks to everyone who contributed to making it the triple-threat goodness that it has become. :)

Silver Knight on 7/7/09

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