The JumpBox for LAMP Deployment contains MySQL plus PHP, Perl, Ruby, and Python along with PHPMyAdmin to help you manage the database. You can easily deploy many popular PHP applications as well as CGI-based Perl, Ruby, and Python applications. Running a JumpBox allows you to be up and running in minutes on any OS or computing environment. Other benefits include portability, simplified GUI-based administration, and a built-in automated backup system. Once you've deployed one JumpBox, you'll be able to use any of over 50 great Open Source server applications.
PCMS is a content management system (CMS) for PHP programmers to build Web sites. It uses no HTML, XML, or special markup scripts. Templates are built in PHP as a block structure mirroring what you see on the page, using a library of PHP classes corresponding to HTML tags. The package includes an easy-to-use content editor (fckeditor) for use by customers to manage their own Web sites online. Full documentation is provided and a limited number of free subdomains are available in which you can evaluate the product without having to install it on your own server.
MySQLi Query is a class that executes queries from parameter lists using MySQLi. It extends the MySQLi class with functions that can compose and execute SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, REPLACE, and HANDLER queries with parameter values that define tables, fields, field values, conditions, etc. The class destructor function disconnects from the MySQL server.
Project Estimate Tracker (PET) from shadowfax.org.uk is designed to allow teams to track progress and time spent on projects. It allows team members to set up new Projects and Tasks and record estimates of task completion. As the project moves on, completion estimates may be revised to reflect changes, delays, etc. It also contains a time-sheet component that allows team members to record time spent against tasks.
PHASP is a small framework / templating engine for PHP. It implements some features similar to ASP.NET. Currently, it implements a parser for PHASP templates. It has the ability to render textboxes, buttons, string literals, and a repeater control for connections to a MySQL database. The framework is event-driven and is similar to the ASP.NET lifecycle.