Eve 0.8 has been released

I am pleased to announce that the latest version of Eve, v0.8, has been released. As always, this release has been carefully crafted with love and passion by yours truly, with the help of a fantastic bunch of contributors.

Highlights include data-validation-on-steroids thanks to the full support for Cerberus 1.x, also recently released, partial media requests (think media streaming), new hooks which allow you to attach custom callbacks to aggregation and soft deletion events, some new query operators, support for the mongo decimal type, and more. There are also many critical fixes and improvements.

Please note that v0.8 does not support Python 2.6 and 3.3 anymore. For the few vintage developers left out there, I also released v0.7.9, which is the last version with support for these legacy Python versions (no new features there, though).

Before upgrading, make sure you check the breaking changes.

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