RSS 4 projects tagged "PHP 5"

No download Website Updated 28 May 2011 MochiPHP

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MochiPHP is a lightweight framework for PHP that adopts component and page oriented design with a simple database and object-persistence library. Page oriented design: write a class and template pair per page. Form components hide complex HTML markup and user interaction handling. Persistent objects with auto-generated property accessors.

Download Website Updated 29 Aug 2009 Mix2ool

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Mix2ool is an integrated framework for Web development on both the client side with JavaScript and HTML5, and on the server side with PHP. It enables the use of HTML5 and some more useful components by extending jQuery. The server side defines a well-structured file skeleton and provides some useful libraries.

No download Website Updated 13 Jun 2009 contenite

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contenite is a tiny Web framework for PHP5 that follows the model-template-controller paradigm. It features a router function, stackable apps (plugins), a Controller base class, the ability to use PHP as a template language, a Model base class, and a simple MySQL database layer.

Download No website Updated 21 May 2009 Kohana

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Kohana is a PHP 5 framework that uses the Model View Controller architectural pattern. It aims to be secure, lightweight, and easy to use. Although it reuses many common design patterns and concepts, there are some things that make Kohana stand out. It is community driven, uses strict PHP 5 OOP to provide visibility protection, automatic class loading, overloading, interfaces, abstracts, and singletons, and is extremely lightweight. Kohana has no dependencies on PECL extensions or PEAR libraries. Large, monolithic libraries are avoided in favor of optimized solutions.

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CGIProxy

An anonymizing, filter-bypassing, HTTP/FTP proxy in a CGI script.

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GNU recutils

A set of tools and libraries to access human-editable text-based databases called recfiles.