Attachment Mailer class is a PHP class that can send email messages with multiple attachments and HTML. It contains a function to check an email address (using regular expressions and by testing the address against a MX record). All header rows are filtered to prevent spamming via Web mail forms.
DB_cart Class is a MySQL shopping cart script that can be used with third party product catalogues and membership systems. The MySQL database structure is neutral to existing systems. It can handle the shopping cart (add, update, and empty) and checkout process (set the shipment address and email the order). For existing cart users, the shopping cart is still available upon the user's next visit and is visible by checkout. The last option is configurable togther with a time period.
Dwoo is a template engine for PHP5 where you write less and do more. It is mostly compatible with Smarty templates, but it's a full rewrite that builds upon Smarty's syntax to offer more flexibility, both in templates and in PHP extensibility. It also comes with a few adapters for the major PHP development frameworks.
Electowidget is a PHP library (initially a plugin for MediaWiki) designed to make it possible to conduct Internet polls and elections using many different voting systems, including the Schulze (Condorcet) method, instant runoff voting, approval voting, and even plain old plurality. It also assists in explaining different election methods by providing an easy way of tallying example elections and comparing the results as computed by different elections. The modular design allows for plugging in new election tallying methods, different ballot designs, and different ballot formats.
Gamify is a PHP class that can manage user experience points and achievements to implement site game logic. It can create database tables that can record the values of experience points earned by site users that accomplish certain achievements. The class can manage the records of site users participating in the site gaming activities, the user achievements, the levels, and experience that they earn. It can also obtain user statistics and top users listings.
HTML Forms generation and validation is a PHP class that generates HTML forms supporting many built-in validation types on server and client sides. It prevents security attacks by discarding spoofed values, has multiple submit protection, outputs HTML for fields displayed as fully accessible or in read-only mode, and has field value filtering and reformatting. It can be extended with custom control plug-ins. AJAX based form submission, upload monitor progress bar, auto-complete text input, automatic layout renderer, calendar date, CAPTCHA, Google Maps world location selection, linked select, and animation effects plug-ins are available.
The HTTP extension for PHP aims to provide a convenient and powerful set of functionality for one of PHP's major applications. It eases handling of HTTP URLs, dates, redirects, headers, and messages, provides means for negotiation of clients' preferred language and charset, as well as a convenient way to send any arbitrary data with caching and resuming capabilities. It provides powerful request functionality if built with CURL support. Parallel requests are available for PHP 5 and greater.
Huxley is a set of classes that makes it trivial to produce legitimate output for queries made by the prevailing standard of REST queries. Instead of writing a network API with many methods, being run over RPC, you instead write only a couple of methods that are accessed by HTTP GET requests. You then return the results (in either XML, JSON, or text) for processing. XML and JSON are chosen because of the ease by which they can be parsed by most languages. In this way, you open up the scope of your network services to many more people than would otherwise have access to it.
LayManSys is an RDF-based PHP framework for generating a consistent layout for Web documents. It includes a library that can be used online as well as on the command line. It generates the headers and footers for HTML documents, manages (CSS) style definitions, shortcut icons (favicons), static HTML, and dynamic PHP content, and much more. The necessary meta information is either stored in RDF files or in special layout configuration files.