SabreDAV 3.2 freeware
SabreDAV is a WebDAV framework designed to help you implement its support for any PHP application. The framework is fully compliant with the WebDAV standard and features an easy to use API for integration.
You can use this tool for integrating the WebDAV protocol in the applications that improve the collaboration between users that need to edit documents stored online.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||WebDAV framework, implement WebDAV support, PHP server integration, WebDAV, framework, implement|
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|3.2||Jun 7, 2016||New Release|
|1.9.0 Alpha||Feb 5, 2014||New Release||The zip release ships with sabre/vobject 3.1.3, sabre/http 2.0.1, and sabre/event 1.0.0.
Added: Browser can now inspect any node, if ?sabreaction=browser is appended.
Fixed: Issue #178. Support for multiple items in the Timeout header.
Fixed: Issue #382. Stricter checking if calendar-query is allowed to run.
Added: Depth: Infinity support for PROPFIND request.
|1.9.0 Alpha||Nov 14, 2013||New Release||The zip release ships with sabre/vobject 3.1.3, sabre/http 2.0.0alpha5, and sabre/event 1.0.0.
BC Break: The CardDAV and CalDAV BackendInterface each have a new method: getMultipleCards and getMultipleCalendarObjectsThe Abstract and PDO backends have default implementations, but if you implement that interface directly, this method is now required.
BC Break: XML property classes now receive an extra argument in their unserialize method ($propertyMap)This allows for recursively parsing properties, if needed.
BC Break: Now using sabre/event for event emitting/subscriptionFor plugin authors this means Server::subscribeEvent is now Server::on, and Server::broadcastEvent is now Server::emit.
BC Break: Almost all core functionality moved into a CorePlugin.
BC Break: Most events triggered by the server got an overhaul.
Changed: SabreHTTP now moved into a dedicated sabre/http package.
Added: Support for WebDAV-sync (rfc6578).