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Scorpio 0.4.1 Released

Next release of the 0.4 branch is now available. This features a few library upgrades and bug fixes. More »

Posted in News on 16 Nov 2010 @ 15:04


Scorpio 0.4.0 Released

The next major milestone for the Scorpio Framework has been released. Get it now from the Download tab or read on for the list of changes in this release. More »

Posted in News on 08 Nov 2010 @ 16:36


Scorpio Development Update for October

What has been happening in the Scorpio world? We have a quick summary for the next release and future dev plans. More »

Posted in News on 03 Oct 2010 @ 15:32


Scorpio 0.3.6 Released

Version 0.3.6 is now available. This is bug fix release for mvcCaptchaController and mvcStaticController. More »

Posted in News on 17 Aug 2010 @ 14:42


Scorpio 0.3.5 Released for Download

The next version of Scorpio and the first to use PHPUnit has been released! This is a big upgrade of the test system and includes several other bug fixes. More »

Posted in News on 21 Jul 2010 @ 15:56

Switching to PHPUnit

The next version of Scorpio will use PHPUnit for unit testing. Here's what you need to know ahead of time. More »

Posted in News on 17 Jun 2010 @ 01:43


Scorpio 0.3.1 Released for Download

The next version of Scorpio, 0.3.1, is now available for download. This is a large bug fix and documentation update. More »

Posted in News on 06 Jun 2010 @ 15:43


Huge website update!

The Scorpio website has been completely overhauled with a new theme, better navigation and some auto-generated docs from the core classes. More »

Posted in News on 19 May 2010 @ 21:01


Scorpio API Docs Updated

The Scorpio API docs located at api.scorpio.madagasgar.com have been updated. More »

Posted in News on 15 May 2010 @ 13:31


Preview Scorpio core performance improvements

Work is continuing on tightening up the core of Scorpio to make it not only more flexible but also faster. Just for fun here are some performance numbers from the current trunk. More »

Posted in News on 06 May 2010 @ 02:13


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