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Phil Sturgeon's Blog:
Twiny-Framework the framework small enough to tweet
December 18, 2009 @ 09:28:18

Inspired by Twitto, Phil Sturgeon has create his own tweetable framework to try to "one-up" Fabien Potencier's version.

This idea was not my own, but was inspired by Twitto. During some extreme boredom at work I decided to "one-up" this teeny-tiny framework and improve on it. My framework does this by allowing you to run Controller files and methods in a similar way to CodeIgniter, while Twitto only has the ability to run functions from a single file.

He includes both the code for the "framework" and an example of how to create a simple controller class to work with it. He also shows how you can get a bit more MVC with it by adding in a view layer.

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