Qcodo developement framework
Posted on Wednesday, August 23, 2006
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While surfing the web today, I found about this very advanced, yet free PHP 5 framework called Qcodo. While reading about it, I decided to give it a run. For those who haven’t heared about it yet:
The Qcodo Development Framework is an open-source PHP 5 framework that focuses on freeing developers from unnecessary tedious, mundane coding.
It is a completely object-oriented framework that takes the best of PHP and provides a truly rapid application development platform. Initial prototypes roll out in minutes instead of hours. Iterations come around in hours instead of days (or even weeks). As projects iterate into more cohesive solutions, the framework allows developers to take prototypes to the next level by providing the capability of bringing the application maturity.
The framework is consisted of two parts, the Code Generator and Qforms.
The nicest part of it is the Code Generator, it basically says it in the name, a “code generator” pretty much. It just mainly extends and uses already coded classes. What I thought was the best was the “Qforms”. I can’t believe how that feature is so simple, yet nobody never thought of it!
The Qforms is pretty much a system to create forms instead of writing HTML, it’s like a sort of HTML code creator, aswell, it works like any windows programming system where it’ll have “binds” for things that happen. Like a
mybtn_Click() function which will run, once the form has been POST-ed. I’ll be using it a bit more from now on and I’ll try to learn more about it. While I do that, why don’t you try installing it?