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____ ___ _____ _____ ____ | _ \_ _/ _ \ \/ /_ _| _ \ | | | | | | | \ / | || | | | | |_| | | |_| / \ | || |_| | |____/___\___/_/\_\___|____/ ================================================================================ Flexible PHP5.3 MVC Framework ================================================================================ Dioxid is a PHP 5.3 MVC Framework, inspired by Tom Frosts "Hydrogen" and the Zend Framework, licensed unter The MIT License. I've written it because I needed a very flexible and powerful but yet small MVC Framework with very few restrictions. I didn't like all the conventions I'd had to face with the Zend Framework. Also with a growing project the internal held objects getting real big, even if I don't need them. So here it is: Dioxid. At the moment it works pretty well, with very few known bugs. Through this framework is still young there may be more, yet not known, urgent or harmless bugs. So if you discover one, drop me a line or send me a patch ;) Unfortunatly there is a lack of documentation at the moment. The most important files have some PHPDOc style comments with usage examples in them. As soon as I get around to implement the last few things for version 1.0, I'll write a complete How to use guide with tutorials and improve the PHPDoc. ================================================================================ How to use ================================================================================ Copy the index.php and config.ini files from the examples folder into your project diretory and edit them to your needs. Dioxid is modeled after the Frontcontrollerdesignpattern, so you need to tell your Webserver to redirect all request to the index.php. There is also an example file for nginx in the examples folder. Now your ready to start working on your first controller. A more detailed documentation is at the moment under constrution and should be soon available. For a more detailed look into Dioxid inner workings or advanced usage take a look at the doc folder for a PHPDoc overview. ================================================================================ Last but not least ================================================================================ If you have any querstions, drop me a line ;)