RainFramework is an MVC Framework for PHP. It's easy to use and it enables teams to work better. It is installable with a simple copy/paste operation. It has a very small footprint, with just the necessary library and files. It is well documented and tested, and it allows you to create Web applications more quickly. It also supports multiple languages, has a WYSIWYG editor, and is extensible.
IDLE is an academic learning management system. It is an interactive learning environment. It was first developed to improve the learning environment of database courses. The main purpose of IDLE is to make the learning environment as interactive as possible to benefit both student and teacher. Teachers can use IDLE to provide exercises, guidelines for the exercises, necessary materials for that particular course, and so on. Students can go through the exercises and their guidelines and upload their answers in this system.
Shift8 provides a simple mechanism for using the AJAM Asterisk interface in PHP. Apart from the obvious reason of providing an easy way to talk with a remote Asterisk server, the main benefit of having an intermediate library between your software and an Asterisk server is mostly that you can isolate the remote Asterisk, protecting the credentials and the entire PBX.
phpdigikam is a Web interface for browsing your Digikam photos. It allows you to quickly share your Digikam photo collection with navigation by albums or tags. You will need a PHP5-enabled server and a few lines of configuration. Features include slideshow, play movies, and re-use of freedesktop thumbnails.
File upload and validation class is a PHP class that can be used to validate and process uploaded files. It can validate a given uploaded file by checking its MIME type or its original file type, and by checking its file size against a given limit and file type. It currently supports audio, video, PDF, and image file uploads. The class can create a path in the server as well.
PunyPNG PHP API compresses images using the PunyPNG Web service. It sends HTTP requests to upload one or more image files to the PunyPNG Web services API Web server so it can compress them. It can download the images compressed by PunyPNG individually or in a group in a .zip archive. The downloaded images are stored in a configurable download directory.