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PHPS is a framework for separating HTML from PHP or, more generally, content from functionality. PHPS comes with a parser that converts your HTML code into PHP objects which you can then manipulate and finally render back into HTML. PHPS is extremely flexible and allows you to add arbitrary tags that convert into PHP objects, simplifying your HTML code.

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Recent releases

  •  26 Feb 2006 12:32

    Release Notes: This release adds much more documentation to every object in the PHPS system. clone() methods were added, so entire trees can be copied. Various other feature enhancements and bugfixes were made.

    •  20 Nov 2005 22:27

      Release Notes: Fixes the HTML parser to handle attributes. Adds <ul> and <li> tags. Adds more examples and documentation.

      •  17 Oct 2005 06:42

        Release Notes: An HTML parser was added, so regular HTML files can be used with PHPS. New tags were added for convenience, like (space) and (br #). A "let" tag was added to define variables within the HTML that can be dynamically altered at runtime.

        •  26 Jun 2005 22:23

          Release Notes: This release can handle '(' and ')' by converting to &lparen; and &rparen; then converting back. It adds an enable switch to objects to turn them off programatically.

          •  12 Jun 2005 06:53

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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