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2016

Atomic Docs

by 1 other (via)
A style guide generator and component manager.

WordPress and Laravel - Laravel News

WordPress is one of the most popular open source applications and that means many people are comfortable using its admin to manage their site. There are times when building out a site this is advantageous as it prevents you from having to retrain the user on how to manage content, menus, photos, and more. A popular way of setting up a site like this is to use WordPress as the admin and then build out the frontend in a framework such as Laravel.

2014

Cockpit

by 2 others
An API-driven CMS without forcing you to make compromises in how you implement your site.

2013

PHP Form Generator - ioDeck

by 1 other
Create & Manage All Your Forms (On Any Number Of Websites) From A Single Interface.

2012

PHP: The Right Way

by 4 others
PHP: The Right Way is an easy-to-read, quick reference for PHP best practices, accepted coding standards, and links to authoritative tutorials around the Web.

anchor cms

by 1 other
Anchor is a content management system, written in PHP5, built for art-directed posts.

Geocoder - The almost missing Geocoder PHP 5.3 library.

by 1 other
The almost missing Geocoder PHP 5.3 library. Easy to use • PHP 5.3+ • Lightweight • FreeGeoIp, HostIp, IpInfoDB, Yahoo! PlaceFinder, Google Maps, Bing Maps, OpenStreetMaps, and CloudMade geocoding services • HTTP Adapters (Buzz, Curl, Guzzle, Zend) • 100% Agnostic • Unit tested

2011

Limonade - PHP micro-framework

by 4 others
Limonade is a PHP micro framework for rapid web development and prototyping. It’s inspired by frameworks like Sinatra or Camping in Ruby, or Orbit in Lua. It aims to be simple, lightweight and extremly flexible.

FRAPI | Focus on business logic, not presentation

by 1 other (via)
FRAPI is a high-level API framework that puts the “rest” back into RESTful. Use it to power your web apps, mobile services, and legacy systems.

2010

Portable PHP password hashing ("password encryption") framework

by 5 others
This is a portable public domain password hashing framework for use in PHP applications. It is meant to work with PHP 3 and above, and it has actually been tested with at least PHP 3.0.18 through 5.3.0 so far.

Smarter web hosting - WebFaction

by 6 others
Old-style web hosting is dead! No more slow and crowded servers with old software and no flexibility. We provide fast and reliable hosting with a modern and flexible setup. Our shared hosting plans start at $5.50/mo with free setup and come with a 60-day money back guarantee so you can't go wrong. Feel free to browse around and don't hesitate to contact us if you have any question.

phurl - Project Hosting on Google Code

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Phurl is a free, clever, and easy to use PHP URL shortening system. In just 5 minutes, you can get your very own URL shortener set up and working. The script comes packed with a ton of features which you won't find in other scripts, and has a very easy installation wizard+ to help you get started. Since the script was started in 2007, our developers have constantly worked to improve and amend the script, fixing any bugs as soon as we can.

php-excel-reader - Project Hosting on Google Code

by 2 others
This PHP library expands on the great work done in the PHP Excel Reader project on SourceForge. It reads the binary format of XLS files directly and can return values and formats from any cell.

phamlp - Project Hosting on Google Code

Haml and Sass have been used in Ruby for sometime to simplify templates (Haml) and make CSS more intelligent, flexible and manageable (Sass); now they come to PHP in PHamlP.

MBG Scaffolder: Everything You’ve Ever Wanted in a PHP Scaffolding Package | Meta Beta Geek

by 1 other
The MBG Scaffolder package is an open source PHP scaffolding utility designed and modeled (loosely) after the Ruby On Rails scaffolding concept. Born out of necessity, MBG Scaffolder provided a front-end web interface for quickly manipulating data within MySQL databases. The first iteration covered the basics, allowing record creation, retrieval, updating and deletion. It also allowed for automatic table joins using referential rules within the database. But it was still pretty limited.

jParser and jTokenizer released | Web 2.1

After nearly two years I've finally gotten around to releasing my PHP JavaScript parser, although documentation is still thin on the ground.

OneFileCMS

by 2 others
OneFileCMS is just that. It's a flat, light, one file CMS (Content Management System) entirely contained in an easy-to-implement, highly customizable, database-less PHP script. Coupling a utilitarian code editor with all the basic necessities of an FTP application, OneFileCMS can maintain a whole website completely in-browser without any external programs.

2009