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The Tekuna PHP Microframework
August 18, 2009 @ 12:17:38

A new microframework for PHP has been announced - Tekuna - and coming in at just over 3000 lines, makes it one of the smallest out there. From the Tekuna website:

Tekuna is a compact framework for web-based applications. It provides a stable basis and a generic infrastructure for your projects. Tekuna has a very small footprint and will not pollute your codebase with unnecessary stuff.

Among the list of current functionality are things like:

  • friendly URI handling
  • MVC structure
  • input filtering
  • full UTF-8 support
  • fully unit tested code
  • E_STRICT compliant

You can find out more from the framework's website including links to their documentation, quickstart and latest download.

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