PhpPeanuts is a framework for developing database-backed applications in PHP. Rather than building an application from the bottom up, you initially only build domain model classes in which you specify properties, relationships, and database table names in metadata. The framework dynamically scaffolds getters and setters, persistency, navigation over relations, and input and delete validation. The abstract user interface instantly offers a rich set of pages for searching, browsing, drilling down, editing and reporting over your domain model. From there on you extend and refine both the domain model and the user interface to make it what you want by defining specialization classes and overriding inherited methods.
SCMS is an MVC based secure content management system. It is designed from the ground up to withstand common Web application vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, XSS, CSRF, session fixation/hijacking, and many others. It is designed for PHP 5.0-5.2.x and MySQL 4.1+, and it can optionally support PostgreSQL as a database backend.
DooPHP is a very fast PHP framework. It enables developers at all levels to rapidly develop robust Web 2.0 applications. It is quite feature rich. DooPHP supports some common stuff found in a Web framework, such as an MVC-base structure, RESTful APIS, a REST client, URI routing, database ORM tools, a model generator, HTTP Digest Authentication, a flexbible compiling template engine, logging and profiling tools, and more.
PHP Viz is written in PHP and lets you create MySQL-driven PHP sites. A prime feature it provides is the support to link up multiple tables (based on foreign and primary keys) and create views from them. The application lets you create “sites” rather than simple pages. You can even have login protection on your site if you have a users table in your database. All the basic functions are there: you can create tabular views, single record view, and add and edit view. The generated code is very clean, simple, and based on a very very simplified MVC architecture. This allows for expansion and code reusability with ease.
Jenner is a Web page templating system with a twist: it runs completely within a Web browser. Templates are just normal Web pages with special syntax inside text nodes, attributes, or comments. Unlike other in-browser templating systems, Jenner does not require overloading of "class" attributes or invalid HTML; all Jenner templates are valid Web pages and the template expressions flow in a very natural way. Having the template engine in the Web browser instead of on the server takes a lot of load off of the server, and makes for a clean separation of presentation and content. Jenner is very powerful: it has the full power of the Esel expression language at its disposal. Templates can be rendered from JSON data, and can be re-rendered without a browser-to-server round trip.