EZMVC is an easy-to-use Web development framework implementing the MVC (Model View Controller) design pattern. It helps you create maintainable, flexible, and scalable applications. It is similar to frameworks like CodeIgniter, CakePHP, or symfony, but does not contain all the features of those frameworks at the moment. It provides a base registry class for storing application variables, a router class to dispatch requests to controller classes, a MySQL database wrapper class, a base model class to manage stored information, a template processing class to manage the output of view scripts, and helper classes for CAPTCHA validation, display pagination, and bread crumb links.
image_captcha will pull the images out of a user-defined directory and obfuscate them before rendering them to the screen. It will then allow the user to select the correct image via a select box or a radio button. This also allows the admin to choose the number of random words or filenames that will appear in the select box or radio field. Thumbnail support is available, in which missing thumbs are automatically generated from larger images and then displayed. Audio support is also provided for the visually impaired.
PHPJasperXML is a class that allows native PHP code to read Jasper report files and generate PDFs on the fly. The project began due to a need to develop Web reports in PHP easily. The output format is PDF, because it is platform-independent and printer-friendly. It allows PHP programmers to design reports with Java iReport and run them from PHP. It is completely different from php-java bridge, as the code is run completely from PHP. A wrapper will convert report element from JRXML and pass them to the FPDF class. The project is still in an alpha state, and much of the functionality is not ready. However, it already can create many reports.
NaturePHP is a classes wrapper using PHP's autoload to create a non-intrusive, simple, organized, and extensible library system. It is aimed at intermediate and advanced PHP developers, providing a lot of non-intrusive functionality for Web site and application development. Upcoming development will include internal library management and the ability to download/update libraries from the repository.
SpamCheck is an email scanning and quarantine system for Linux systems. Making use of a number of open source technologies, including SpamAssassin, Exim, and MySQL, it provides an easy-to-use, but powerful method to filter email for your domain. Once configured, multiple domains can be added and administered with the Web interface. Email is scanned and scored, non-spam is then passed on to a destination email server, while spam is either blocked or quarantined. Individual users can log in and review their quarantined email, and manage their settings through the Web-based interface.