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|<dd>Absolutely. An important part of Zend Framework 2 is the migration layer that will allow ZF 1 code to run on the new ZF 2 engine, which will be made available in the future. With it, you will be able to add new ZF 2 code, and refactor existing code, at a controlled pace. </dd>|
|<dt>I’m starting a new project – which version of Zend Framework should I use?</dt>|
|- <dd>If the project will complete mid-2012 or later, start using Zend Framework 2! The current beta 3 is a great opportunity to begin acquainting yourself with the main features, and the feature-complete beta 4 and GA releases will follow quickly.</dd>|
|+ <dd>Start using Zend Framework 2! It's already stable.</dd>|
|<dt>What version of PHP is Zend Framework 2 based on?</dt>|
|<dd>Zend Framework 2 is based on PHP 5.3. We expect to add support for PHP 5.4 once it starts to be adopted by the PHP community.</dd>|
|- <dt>I’m convinced, where can I try out the latest beta release?</dt>|
|+ <dt>I’m convinced, where can I try out the latest release?</dt>|
|<dd>You can download the latest build from <a href="http://packages.zendframework.com">http://packages.zendframework.com</a>. You can also get more information about the Zend Framework 2 project at <a href="http://framework.zend.com/zf2/">http://framework.zend.com/zf2/</a>. </dd>|