Jelix is a PHP5 framework which helps you to develop any kind of Web application. It is designed to provide high performance on heavily-loaded Web sites. It is fully object oriented, highly modular, and extensible. It is made with well-known design pattern such as MVC and DAO. It natively supports many output formats, including XHTML, XUL, RSS, ATOM, RDF, ZIP, XML, and PDF. Jelix eases Web service development. It includes a powerful form system to create all kinds of forms, including CRUD forms.
WARP uses the abstractions in WebFace to create a facility where multiple pages can share the same control mechanism. For instance, show_log1.php can use the "index.php?WRP001X1_sortorder=0" component of the GET request, while free_space.php can use "&WRP002X2_disk=3". It does this, primarily, by replacing the Web_Ctrl feature to build custom links for each "applet". Each applet is the name for the various server-side files that handle application-specific functionality.
QXML is a PHP class that generates XML from arrays and vice versa. It can work with an XML's textNodes and attributes, store them into an array, and generate an XML document. It can also build an array from an XML document. It supports SimpleXMLElement, JSON, schema transformation for use with Propel or Doctrine ORM, and Google Routes to GPX.
user_info is a class to retrieve information about the browser the user is using to access the current site script. It can analyze the user agent string sent by the browser in the current HTTP request and extracts the type of browser, user machine operating system, user machine IP address, accepted character set encoding, language name, and whether the user is a spider/bot.
htmLawed is a PHP script that makes input text more secure, HTML standards-compliant, and suitable in general from the viewpoint of a Web-page administrator, for use in the body of HTML 4 or XHTML 1 or 1.1 documents. It is a customizable HTML/XHTML filter, processor, purifier, and sanitizer. It can ensure that HTML tags are balanced and properly nested tags, neutralize code that may be used for cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks, and limit the allowed HTML elements, tags, attributes, or URL protocols.