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Tony Bibbs' Blog:
MVCnPHP (A Framework)
March 13, 2009 @ 12:50:46

Tony Bibbs has made a release of an MVC framework that's been a few years of his development time in the making - MVCnPHP.

I will start this blog entry by saying I like Zend Framework. I really do. However, the part of ZF I don't use is the MVC implementation. No, it's not bad. Actually it's a good implementation that is the product of a lot of hard work by Zenders and non-Zenders alike. I use bits and pieces of ZF in my PHP projects and, admittedly, Zend's MVC implementation never made the cut.

He decided a while back on his own implementation and has stuck with it over the years. He still uses the components of the Zend Framework but not the routing and model/view/controller setup of it all. Instead he's opted for his own MVCnPHP methods for his own applications. You can check out these resource for more information: a sample application, the user guide and, of course, the framework's download page.

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Tony Bibbs' Blog:
MVCnPHP 4.0.0 Released!
April 10, 2007 @ 08:19:00

Tony Bibbs has announecd the latest release of a framework he's developed to make MVC in PHP applications simple - MVCnPHP.

It's been a long while since the last stable release but I'm happy to announce the release of MVCnPHP v4.0.0. This release has been a long time coming as it brings a configure-less controller. Just drop your views and commands into the directories you configured the controller to use and it will monitor them for changes.

Upon finding a file that has changed it will pull the MVC metadata out and add it to an internal configuration array that the controller will happily load into memory using APC or write out to a .php file. This basically catches this MVC implementation to what's been available in Ruby on Rails.

Also included is some sample code to get you started as well as a direct link to the PEAR channel where the framework can be downloaded.

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