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Palava is a communication protocol to build Web applications using PHP and Java. It allows you to build modern 3-tier architectures, where PHP runs on the frontend servers and Java runs on the backend. It consists of a Java backend server to handle the communication, providing a component deployment mechanism, and a PHP library to access backend jobs from the frontend(s). Palava makes it easy to reuse existing Java business logic in easily created, modern PHP frontends. Palava is not a full blown Web site framework, but instead encourages the use of existing frameworks like CodeIgniter.


Recent releases

  •  21 Jun 2007 17:44

    Release Notes: This release adds generic JBoss support. It uses the build.jboss file to build a bean. There are minor bugfixes.

    •  18 Jun 2007 11:25

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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