CakePHP 4.3.0-RC3 Released
The CakePHP core team is proud to announce the first release candidate of
CakePHP 4.3.0. The 4.3.0 release will introduce several new features and
a handful of deprecations.
The migration guide has
a complete list of what’s new in 4.3.0. We recommend you give that page a read
when upgrading as it outlines the deprecations present in 4.3.
Changes from RC2
Since the release of 4.3.0-RC2 the following changes have been made:
TestCase::deprecated() now raises an assertion error if the callback
doesn’t trigger any deprecations.
Improved API documentation and static analysis tool typing.
Improved error messages from incorrect Command classes.
Fixed behavior of cascading deletes when bindingKey values are null.
Improved stack references for deprecation warnings.
Deprecated ModelAwareTrait. Use the new LocatorAwareTrait features
Added LocatorAwareTrait::fetchTable() as a simpler API to get ORM Table
Added LocatorAwareTrait::$defaultTable. This property replaces
Passed parameters from routes can now be typed as float, bool and int.
If an invalid value is used in a route, a 404 error will be raised.
Fixed BelongsToMany junction tables getting the incorrect entity class during
association row replacement. Instead of getting entities from the association
target table, you will receive entity records from the junction table.
Duplicate deprecation warnings are only emit once now. You can enable
duplicated output by setting Error.allowDuplicateDeprecations to true.
cake plugin now adds to the bottom of the Application bootstrap instead of
How you Can Help
You can help by trying out the RC in your application. Please open issues for
any new test failures or regressions the new version creates in your
Contributors to 4.3.0-RC3
Thank you to all the contributors that have helped with 4.3.0:
As always, a huge thanks to all the community members that helped make this
release happen by reporting issues and sending pull requests.
Download a packaged release on github.