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myparse

myparse is a low-resource database-oriented PHP framework. It aims to be easy for everyone use, update, modify, and extend. The working code base is less than 30 KB, and sites typically use around 400-700 KB of RAM. It is designed to work on shared hosting sites like DreamHost and GoDaddy. It supports full-page file-based caching, sitemap generation, Google Analytics integration, quick MySQL environment switching, and many of the newer MySQLi functions. The template system allows users and developers to define their own 'parsed' variables. Installation software is similar to, if not easier than, WordPress.

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Myparse admin interface 25 Jan 2011 21:02

Coming soon a completely PHP based single-page administrator interface ..A screenshot has been added to the rest.. For now only a block editor/creator will be available. But user administration, configuration and other admin settings editors will become available shortly.

Recent releases

  •  04 Apr 2011 19:50

    Release Notes: This release fixes 'hide block when logged in' functionality, fixes an admin (config editor) bug with slashes, reduces memory and global use, and hides the database password inside of the admin interface.

    •  14 Feb 2011 03:35

      Release Notes: Registration form functionality was added, which creates users as "Normal Group" by default. A new block creation array bug was fixed. A bug with the "hide from logged in users" option was fixed. A bug in which an extra "1" value would appear in the status menu in the block editor was fixed. A bug with blocks with options hiding themselves was fixed.

      •  11 Feb 2011 20:08

        Release Notes: This release adds an admin interface that includes a config editor, block editor, and a user editor. This new interface allows you to access block options without writing any code anywhere. ikipress has been removed from initial install/plug in folder, and will return to the installer once the plug-in interface is created. Initial admin account setup has been added to the installer (access the admin interface from /admin). Google analytics installation has been fixed. The 'seo' template (description/keywords) has been fixed.

        •  19 Nov 2010 03:10

          Release Notes: A proof-of-concept implementation of users, groups, and permissions similar to Aikiframework was made. Several options pertaining to this were added.

          •  12 Nov 2010 20:19

            Release Notes: Memory usage has been reduced. An improved optioning system: can take database fields and embedded PHP. Bootstrap libraries have been added: installer, pagination, cache, meta_head, and env have been added. Configuration files have been moved into 'system/conf'. Ikipress template improvements. Meta description/keyword functionality is automatic in ikipress.

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