SuperSimpleNews is a news script for Web sites. It doesn't require a database, since all news articles are stored in simple CSV files. It includes a password protected administrative backend for adding, editing, and deleting articles. widgEditor is used for editing the text. Example scripts are included to get you setup quickly. RSS support is included by default.
Lilac is a configuration tool for Nagios 3. Its features include enhanced Nagios 3 time period support, multiple template inheritance, host templates able to contain services, dependencies, and escalations, an importer which can import existing Nagios configurations and import from a Fruity installation, an Exporter with Nagios process control, the ability backup existing configuration files, and an auto-discovery tool to quickly add your infrastructure into your Nagios installation.
PHP Menu Builder is a class that can be used to display nested menus of HTML links. It takes an array of menu items eventually with nested arrays that define sub-menus. The class generates HTML lists with links for each menu item. CSS classes can be used to configure the presentation styles of the menus, regular items, and the current page item.
The ApPHP Calendar (ApPHP CAL) is a powerful PHP calendar script that may be easily integrated and used with various PHP projects, such as schedulers, event processors etc. The calendar is very simple to install, implement, and use. It has a user-friendly interface and navigation. It can be viewed in various ways: yearly, monthly, weekly, and daily.
The PHP Code Encryption class can be used to obfuscate PHP scripts by replacing variable names. It can parse a given PHP script and replace the names of the variables it uses with more obfuscated names. The new names of the replaced variables can be retrieved by looking at a variable of the class.
bot_recognizer is a PHP class that can be used to recognize Web robots and handle them specially. It can check the IP address of the computer or the user agent of the browser program currently accessing the Web server to determine if it is within a range of IP addresses known to be of Web robots like search engine site crawlers or even malicious crawlers. The class can call different callback functions depending on the type of crawler that was identified. It can also be set on debug mode by taking a given IP address or string as user agent instead of the user agent string sent by the accessing browser. The Web robots information is stored in a database. The class can load that database from a text data file.
RayFeedReader is a PHP class to retrieve and display feed content from a given URL. It can read feed content into an array, and supports RSS 0.91, RSS 0.92, RDF, RSS 2.0, and Atom feeds. It can detect the feed type automatically, or it can be set manually. A pluggable HTML widget rendering class is supported. The HTML widget can be rendered through the optional RayFeedWidget class or your own extended class. It is easily configurable and can work without any configuration. It is simple and easy to use from anywhere in your application with a single line of code. It supports the Singleton pattern and is light weight.