History of QCubed
The Birth of QCubed and QCubed v2
The Web development world has begun to change rapidly and dramatically. QCubed V3 was an effort to try to keep up as best we could, and primarily focused on implementing Composer as an installation tool, revising the QControls to output HTML5 compatible code, overhauling QQuery to improve performance, and adding Bootstrap wdigets as a plugin.
Version 3.1 is under development as of this date, and is primarily focused on performance improvements, the implementation of getters and setters in the ORM, and fixing some long-standing problems with the code-generated forms (primarily the Optimistic Locking exceptions).
In a matter of a few years, we have had HTML5, CSS3, Ruby and Rails and Node.js. A few more years brought HHVM, PHP7, ReactJS, Angular, Bootstrap and lots more. Now we are seeing Polymer emerge, Typescript and ES6, NoSQL databases, Amazon and Google App Services, and the list goes on. Design patterns have radically changed too, and include dependency injection, microservices, REST apis, containers, single-page web apps, and middleware.