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The PHP framework that fits in a tweet!
March 09, 2009 @ 11:16:43

In the spirit of making the most out of the room you have Fererico Cargnelutti has pointed out a framework in a tweet (on Twitter) with some of the new PHP 5.3 additions - Twitto.

Twitto is the smallest and fastest PHP Web framework, and the first one to use the newest features of PHP 5.3. Packed in less than 140 characters, it fits in a tweet! Despite its size, Twitto is bundled with a default controller, is E_STRICT compliant, and generates an error if you try to access a controller that does not exist.

It was developed by Fabien Potencier (of symfony framework fame) as a part of the 140 Characters Webapp Challenge

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