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Kohana 3 is an elegant HMVC PHP5 framework that provides a rich set of components for building web applications. It requires very little configuration, fully supports UTF-8 and i18n, and provides many of the tools that a developer needs within a highly flexible system. The integrated class ... [More]
Alebion is a 4 years in development php framework heavily relying on FLOSS libraries at its base. So far it has been a play- and testing ground for a small group of developers to try out design principles, coding techniques and libraries. Nevertheless Alebion is intensively used in a variety ... [More]
DonReY is a new framework which focuses on providing universal-useful services to your code, to avoid repetition as much as possible. DonReY name comes from the "Don't Repeat Yourself" software design principle ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don%27t_repeat_yourself ) An ... [More]
Just another CMS written in PHP. But in comparison with other similar projects I spend much effort to search the best choise. Project uses the MVC design and PHP object model. System should be easy to extend, to debug and to use. The main aim of the project is to develop a CMS (based on ... [More]
Shepf (pronounced 'shef') is yet another lightweight PHP5 MVC framework. It was written by and for me, Shannon Moeller, to speed up my own development time and provide my clients with a reliable, extensible codebase. Unlike other PHP frameworks, Shepf is not meant to be used, but extended. ... [More]
A lightweight, performance driven CMS - powered by Performance PHP. Purely intended for PHP5 compatibility
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