Fat-Free Framework is a powerful yet easy-to-use PHP micro-framework designed to help you build dynamic and robust Web applications.
Condensed in a single ~65KB file, Fat-Free gives you solid foundation, a mature code base, and a no-nonsense approach to writing Web applications.
This is free and open source software.
- Easy to install and use – No unnecessary and painstaking installation procedures. No complex configuration required. No convoluted directory structures.
- Supports both SQL and NoSQL databases off-the-shelf: MySQL, SQLite, MSSQL/Sybase, PostgreSQL, DB2, and MongoDB
- Powerful object-relational mappers for data abstraction and modeling that are just as lightweight as the framework. No configuration needed.
- Optional plugins:
- Fast and clean template engine.
- Unit testing toolkit.
- Database-managed sessions with automatic CSRF protection.
- Markdown-to-HTML converter.
- Atom/RSS feed reader.
- Image processor.
- Geodata handler.
- Google static maps.
- OpenID (consumer).
- Custom logger.
- Basket/Shopping cart.
- Pingback server/consumer.
- Unicode-aware string functions.
- SMTP over SSL/TLS.
- Tools for communicating with other servers.
- And more in a tiny supercharged package.
Developer: Bong Cosca
License: GNU General Public License v3.0
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