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sabre/vobject 3.2 released

We just released sabre/vobject 3.2.0. This release is backwards compatible with the 3.1.* series.

New features:

We hope you like it! To upgrade with composer, make sure that your composer.json has a line that says:

"sabre/vobject" : "~3.2"

And then run:

composer update sabre/vobject

New website launched!

You're looking at the brand-new website for sabre/dav. Up until now sabre/dav never had a proper website, and we've always just hosted from Google Code.

As Google slowly started to lose interested in code hosting, we migrated more and more features to GitHub. The biggest thing left: the wiki. So what once started as a place to host the new wiki, turned into a brand-new design, by our very own Martin Kaniut, who's also responsible for the fruux design.

We hope you like it, but since it's such a step up from Google Code, we're confident you probably will ;). If you're running into any bugs, definitely let us know. Want to contribute to the wiki? The entire site is open source, so take a look at some of the existing pages and get cracking!


Enterprise support

sabre/dav and the other projects are developed by fruux.

We provide:

Contact us to discuss your requirements.

The full project lineup

The leading open-source CalDAV, CardDAV and WebDAV server.
An OOP abstraction layer for the PHP server api.
A library for parsing and manipulating vCard, iCalendar, jCard and jCal.
Utilities for lightweight event-based programming in PHP.