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Posts Tagged ‘framework’

JSL – a New JavaScript Library

By • Jul 20th, 2008

Yesterday, I published a new JavaScript Library – JSL. It borrows many ideas from the famous jQuery library. Download Packed Version – 13 KB Source – 38 KB Features The Standard Stuff… CSS DOM Selectors Ajax Functions Event Handling is abstracted Ability to change style of an element. Extendable by Plugins Supports all Modern Browsers […]

iFrame Features

By • May 22nd, 2007

In the previous post I introduced my new PHP framework – iFrame. It had the reasons why you should not use the framework. In these post, I will talk of the advantages you get if you use my framework. But remember – do not use my framework. No routing – Fully file based There are […]

iFrame – My PHP Framework

By • May 18th, 2007

I have created a number of Web Applications – Nexty and Jus5 are just a few examples. I used a common code base when creating these sites – but I did not consider it a full fledged framework. However, now the code base has evolved enough to be called a framework. So, I called it […]

Nexty 1.0 Released

By • Apr 30th, 2007

Remember Nexty, the easy to use to-Do list manager using GTD principles? Well, that is ready for public release. Nexty is a easy to use GTD tool created in PHP. It can be installed in a local server or in a online web server. The core idea behind this software is simplicity. I wanted to […]