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Yana 4 PHP Framework

The Yana Framework is a platform for developing PHP applications. It can be expanded with your own plugins (components). It includes skin and template support, multiple languages (German and English by default), mature administration functionality, multiple installation profiles, user login and administration, a database API based on PEAR-DB that also offers database schema support, and a GUI/code generator for your own plugins. It also includes an easy to use query tool that automatically maps database commands to a flat file if no database support is available. Plugins provided with this software are a guestbook, an RSS to HTML converter, and a search engine. Complete documentation is included.

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Recent releases

  •  05 Jan 2009 00:45

    Release Notes: This stable version includes an improved user interface, AJAX support, and developer tools. The database components offer more functionality and stability. The manual has been updated so that all new features are fully documented for both end users and developers.

    •  25 Dec 2008 22:13

      Release Notes: This release includes two compatibility fixes for SE Linux. The manual has been updated, including all screenshots. Files for ConTEXT and PSPad have been updated, as well as the template engine.

      •  17 Nov 2008 00:15

        Release Notes: This version brings eased development of AJAX applications. It includes a new guestbook plug-in (which uses some of these new AJAX functions). Also included is a new eye-catching administration menu. All template themes have been reworked as well. In addition there is an important compatibility fix for PHP 4 users and several smaller improvements.

        •  23 Oct 2008 21:02

          Release Notes: This version introduces update checking, so you may now see at a glance if a new version is available. Bugfixes include a problem reading DDL information from a MySQL database. Also fixed is an issue related to order-by clauses in generated SQL on joined tables, where column names were ambiguous. A problem preventing the automatic installation program from running properly on some Linux systems has been fixed. Note that starting with this version the user manual is available as a separate download, to separate the available translations.

          •  26 Mar 2008 07:15

            Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs found in the latest beta tests and improves the overall stability of the program. Among other things, the import of projects from DBDesigner and the support for custom command line scripts have been improved.


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