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A fast, flexible, and reliable framework for php 5.3+. Among the standard features of typical mvc frameworks, Lithium includes: - Integrated test suite, with filters for complexity, coverage and profiling - Innovative filter system provides extensibility - Core support for document based data sources, MongoDB and CouchDB included
Madeam is a lightweight PHP MVC framework. It allows quick prototyping and deployment of web applications by harnessing the power of Active Record, Convention Over Configuration, REST and PHP 5. Madeam works well with existing class libraries and even other frameworks like Zend.
CASCO is a framework for Rapid Application Development in PHP. keywords: modular, extensible, flexible, refactor-friendly, model oriented, test driven, OOP, skinnable, admin interface generation design patterns used: MVC, strategy, controller, front controller, composite current internal version 0.10
FAT-FREE is a powerful yet lightweight PHP 5.3+ Web development framework designed to help you build dynamic and robust applications - fast! Condensed in a single 55KB file, the framework gives you access to an all-purpose template engine, flexible cache, integrated unit testing tools, and code ... [More]
xFramework is a REST oriented, leightweight and minimalistic PHP framework for rapid application development.
PzPHP is powerful, lightweight, and flexible framework. It is built around and powered by the Pz library. PzPHP leverages the tools and methods in the Pz library, allowing developers to easily extend functionality to suit the needs of their projects. PzPHP is not meant to be a direct ... [More]
ASOworx is a lightweight, minimalist view-controller framework for PHP. It is designed to alleviate the workload in building a web-based application from scratch. The framework handles code dispatching, input sanitization, session storage, database access and view templating. ASOworx is written with ... [More]
Neue Projektseite http://code.google.com/p/open-rail/ Weil das PHPrail nur ein Teil des openRail Projektes ist, und die Benennung dieses Projektes somit irreführend ist, wird das SVN-Repository dieses Projekt ab sofort unter einer neuen Adresse geführt.