At present, CakePHP is one of the widely used web frameworks. In addition to being written in PHP, it supports simplifies development of large and complex web applications by supporting model-view-controller (MVC) programming paradigm. The PHP 7 web framework further provides built-in features to simplify common web development tasks like database access, caching, authentication, validation and translation. PHP Developers always keep a track on CakePHP releases and new CakePHP features which comes along with the releases.
Likewise, the built-in security tools provided by CakePHP help PHP developers to prevent security threats like form tampering, SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS) and cross site request forgery (CSRF). The CakePHP core team has been upgrading the PHP framework consistently to simplify and accelerate custom web application development. In August, the CakePHP core team released CakePHP 3.5 officially after releasing two candidates. Continue reading New Features in CakePHP 3.5 that PHP Developers are excited about