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Umple is a technology for model-oriented programming. It can be used for pure UML modeling. Or it can be used to add UML constructs, such as associations and state machines to code written in Java, PHP or Ruby (C++ to come). It generates code in these languages that can save a large amount of ... [More]
RSence is a unique development model first-hand for real-time web applications. RSence consists of separate, but tigtly integrated data- and user interface frameworks. RSence could be classified as a thin server - thick client system. The user interface framework of RSence is implemented in ... [More]
NEXT is a free, open source Java GWT HTML5 framework for building Native Looking web applications for smartphones and tablets. NEXT is provided under a Apache license and is available on GitHub for forking and contribution. MVC based. Amazing looking UI catalog. Cross-Platform: NEXT is ... [More]
Magic-mvc is a Model,View,Controller scaffolding set up for plug and play development. All you do is set up the classes and MagicMVC provides your base architectural scaffolding. magic-mvc provides a Flash Media Server option should such a consideration be required. There is no extra learning here ... [More]
What is Glue?Glue is a simple framework for creating clean, elegant applications on .NET or mono. Glue consists of a number of libraries to provide you with the basic infrastructure for your application: logging, configuration, plus sane and simple data access. For web applications, you can ... [More]
Rails like php framework. Currently in intensive development so even the name is temporary. Stay in touch for future updates.
A simple Model View Controller framework for the Java ME platform. If you are using the framework or would like to contribute please contact me. http://garethmaguire.net
MVCLight was made as a response to the slower frameworks like the Zend Framework. MVCLight is about 50 times faster, and does not bother to abstract things like $POST or $SESSION. I think those are just fine the way they are.
Why write another one? Well, everyone has their own style of coding, and mine happens to be a lot lighter-weight than most of what I could find. I tend to like to leave things like user authentication, templating etc to their respective tools, and just write simple code that can use whatever you ... [More]