CakePHP : the rapid development php framework

CakePHP makes building web applications simpler, faster and require less code.

Development

Github

CakePHP's code repositories are hosted at github.com

Security Issues

Found a security exploit in CakePHP? Please don't message the mailing list, or open an issue on lighthouse. Instead, please email security [at] cakephp.org . Email sent to this address are forwarded to the maintainers of CakePHP.

When a security issue is reported, we first try to confirm the vulnerability. Once confirmed, we'll do the following:

  1. Send acknowledgement to the reporter, that we received and confirmed the issue.
  2. Work on a patch to fix the issue.
  3. Write a post describing the vulnerability, possible exploits and provide instructions on how to apply the patch / upgrade.
  4. Apply the patch to all maintained and affected versions of CakePHP
  5. Create new packaged releases for each affected version.
  6. Publish the post on the CakePHP blog/Bakery

Continuous Integration

CakePHP is continuously integrated check the status of the various builds on CakePHP's Jenkins server.

Github Issues

Found a bug? Suggest an improvement? Issue tracking for CakePHP can be found at Github.

General Mailing list

Discuss a problem you're having, or learn from other CakePHP developers around the globe. Join the CakePHP mailing list.

Core Mailing list

Discuss new features or get involved with CakePHP's development. Join the Core mailing list.

Contributing

Contributing to CakePHP is easy. Checkout the guide on contributing for how you can get started contributing to CakePHP