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Updated on: 2020-12-16

Posted on: 2020-12-16

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This is a very short article on which I give an overview of the about the dFramework project.




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Good morning all. I am very happy to be here today to present the dFramework project to you.
dFramework is a framework for the development of Web sites and Web applications created from the PHP language.

The goal is to simplify the code as much as possible by eliminating concepts considered complex (namespaces, interfaces, traits, CLI, etc.) to make the creation of sites accessible to all.

Historically, it was in June 2019 that I started coding this framework. While using CodeIgniter 3, I encountered several small problems (Lack of layout system, missing request and response objects, inability to write and consume APIs (except in case of installation of third-party libraries such as CI REST Controller) , etc.)

So I wanted to create a mini structure for my future projects. The basic idea was to make a simple library which will be grafted to codeigniter but as I go, I try to improve it and create my own framework which I call dFramework.

I invite you to download and try it and above all, I would like you to help me in its development (source code and documentation). I will be really happy.

Speaking of source code, the project is also available as from a Git repository. Don't hesitate to fork it if you would like that. The documentation is also available.

Thank you and see you soon for another post.




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