Projects / Phpfw


Phpfw is a framework for PHP that provides a base on which various database backed applications can be built. It allows for easy creation of CRUD applications (applications where most of the code is focused on create/read/update/delete operations on the database). It uses MVC-like patterns to allow for simpler and cleaner organization of code.

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Recent releases

  •  24 Jun 2007 12:07

    Release Notes: Several enhancements were made in the core API such as AJAX support, database schema auto-load and optional database usage. New modules include Config, MailServer, and PelWrap. Enhancements were made to existing modules to allow login from file.

    •  25 May 2006 09:10

      Release Notes: Several enhancements that make interacting with templating engines like Smarty easier and more customizable was made. A simple module generation script that sets up basic scaffolding was included. The framework can now automatically maintain one-to-many relationships.Enhancementss were made to allow for user-specific data. Several minor bugs were fixed.

      •  30 Mar 2006 07:54

        Release Notes: Several enhancements were made to the Module and Table API and the Login module. Support for the DATE type was added along with miscellaneous bugfixes and a switch to the MIT license.

        •  15 Mar 2006 11:04

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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