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Thomas Weinert's Blog:
FluentDOM
June 12, 2009 @ 07:59:13

Thomas Weinert has posted about a new tool he's worked up to make working with the DOM in PHP a bit more fluent - FluentDOM.

Today I like to present a new projekt: FluentDOM. It provides an easy to use, jQuery like, fluent interface for DOMDocument. The idea was born in a workshop of Tobias Schlitt about the PHP XML extensions at the IPC Spring in Berlin.

He includes a basic code example - locating items with an ID of "first" and removing that ID to replace it with a class. If you'd like to check it out (literally) you can grab the latest version from the project's public svn.

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