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surforce-base

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Una estructura mínima que sirva como template a la hora de crear un proyecto nuevo. Sitio para pruebas http://base.surforce.com

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zfwiki

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  Analyzed about 6 years ago

I have just started another project called JotBug http://jotbug.googlecode.com. I will take the experience and code from ZFWiki and using it in the Wiki in JotBug. This means I will close down this project in the very near future once JotBug is usable.

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surforce-library

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

De la misma forma que en la estructura de un proyecto Zend existe un directorio para almacenar nuestra aplicación y módulos, existe otro para "instalar" la librería Zend (propiamente dicha): /library/Zend Construiremos aquí nuestra propia libería que estará basada en Zend y que permitirá ser ... [More] reusada en otros proyectos. ¡Contribuye a no reinventar la rueda! ;-) [Less]

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lead-framework

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Lead (pronounced like the metal, not the verb), is a PHP5 framework extending Zend's own Zend Framework. Before Zend Framework this was a full-stack framework of it's own, but when Zend surpassed our work it became wiser to supplement Zend rather than fight it with much more limited resources. ... [More] Lead is work in progress as we are refactoring around Zend. This is a pure development release of refactored EDO, the object-relational mapping tool of Lead, and depending classes. [Less]

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noginn-framework

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

A bunch of components for use in conjunction with the Zend Framework

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web-framework-benchmarks

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  Analyzed about 2 years ago

The license applies only to code specific to this project. The various frameworks contained herein are subject to their own licenses. You can see the results of one particular run of this benchmark here: http://paul-m-jones.com/blog/?p=238

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cvphplib

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

AboutThis library started in the Summer of 2008 and is still in an early stage. This library has two aims. Firstly, it bundles small and simple re-usable functions that I use regularly, such as functions to work on 2-dimensional arrays. Secondly, it features new solutions to more complex but ... [More] common problems, that other libraries or frameworks did not solve in a way I was looking for. Part of this library may depend on the Zend Framework. This library uses simpletest for unit testing. ComponentsOpen for trialThe following components are open for trial. CV_OutputFilter (beta)forces the developer to escape output data, effectively preventing Cross Site Scripting caused by laziness. For more info read the examples, the unit tests and the Google Groups Thread CV_Collection (alpha)A powerful collection class, based on SPL::ArrayObject. It is superior from simply using arrays for managing collections. Among other features, CV_Collection offers methods for sorting and filtering, similar to PHPLinq. CV_Collection has a few significant advantages over PHPLinq. A shorter, more readable interface. Names easier to learn for PHP developers. While PHPLinq reminds of SQL, CV_Collection widely re-uses the familar names of the standard php Array-functions. Security assistance. Both CV_Collection and PHPLinq use expressions provided as strings, for queries. This opens the serious danger of code injection. To assist in avoiding security vulnerabilities, CV_Collection provides support for binding variables, similar to what PDO allows for SQL-Queries. This way embedding potentially dangerous strings directly into the expression string can be avoided. CV_Collection can be used for collections of any kind of data. It however offers special convenience functions for collections of objects and database records. These include extracting a "column" from a database result set and using the database IDs as array keys. CV_Collection offers a fluent interface aka. support for method chaining. CV_Filter_Input (stable)extends Zend_Filter_Input to allow proper handling of arrays, also submitted as a patch http://framework.zend.com/issues/browse/ZF-4354 IncompleteThe following components exist in a very incomplete state in the code base. CV_ORM (pre-alpha)an Object-relational mapping approach, that aims to solve some problems all competitors share. The recognized competitors are ezpdo, ezComponents, doctrine, propel, PEAR DB_DataObject. Some goals of this implementation: easy out-of-the box functionality: include and run, no configuration needed (except for database login). Have ORM in place within 10 seconds. (Especially no huge XML configuration as in Propel) completely customizable model implementations (using code generation based on replaceable code templates), in order to allow conformity to any existing architecture be adaptable to the developers taste of style and architecture for models, in other words: use getters or public attributes or ArrayAccess or get set or whatever you like. It's up to you, you can adapt the implementation completely to what you like in a simple way. use your own custom class extension strategy, no forced base class as in doctrine and propel, no proxing object as in ezpdo direct access to objects related over several hops, not just one (one-to-many) or two (many-to-many) but through arbitrary relationship paths maximum re-use of data already in the database schema: your change your schema -> your models change right away. retrieval and merging of the schemas from several sources: database, an array configuration format, your custom schema source. This allows to transparently add data not available in one source. Your database does not provide foreign key information? Or you want to change the name of the class member retrieving related objects? Just complement the missing data by additional configuration. This also allows to tolerate database changes, no migration problems as in the other ORM frameworks DataMapper, not ActiveRecord, in other words separation of model and database logic CV_Form (pre-alpha)aims to implement form handling in a way that is php-developer-friendly as well as web-designer-friendly. PlannedPrototypes for the following components exist, but are not yet in shape to be put into the code base. CV_ErrorHandler (planned)An error handling class that works with set_error_handler and set_exception_handler . It will offer the following features: allows to specify include/exclude rules based on path and error code respects the @ operator to oppress error messages creates a snapshot of the variable state, when the error occurred for later analysis send E-Mails to a specified address accumulates several errors into 2 emails (2 not 1 for technical reasons) waits for a given time until it sends the next mail provides a GUI to analyze the variable state snapshops for a specific error CV_Controller (planned)A very light-weight controller class as in Model-View-Controller. CV_View (planned)A very light-weight view class as in Model-View-Controller. The class makes use of CV_OutputFilter to provide convenient and secure views. CV_TranslatorA class that assists in very easy to implement and yet very flexible localization. It provides support to be integrated into CV_View. CV_Singleton / CV_Multiton (planned)Abstract classes to rapidly implement the Singleton or Multiton design patterns for new classes. [Less]

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fruitbat-cms

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

PHP Content Management

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Licenses: GPL-2.0+
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zendex

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Zendex is a project whose primary aim is the development of PHP 5 extensions compatible with the famous Zend Framework, of Zend Company. Why Zendex ? The Zendex objective is to propose an extension of the quality Zend Framework. We put forward the development of Helpers and Plugin match Zend ... [More] Framework. However, the project is open to all types of components may be useful to the community. You want to contribute to the project? Mail me at contact@netatoo.fr and you can use the space subversion. [Less]

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contentbix

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Another Content Management System for PHP, but using PhpOpenBiz framework & ZendFramework

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Licenses: artistic_gpl