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Reefknot framework for PHP
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Reefknot PHP framework This is very much a work in progress and at an early stage of development. I do think the validation package is up to the point where it's at least useful though, and I'm hoping to add packages on a regular basis. The first priority for Reefknot is to build a framework that follows best practice both in terms of PHP coding and in terms of good coding in general. This means trying to stick to the following principles: * No magic methods unless it's unavoidable * No Singletons or Registry objects * Loose coupling * Inversion of control via Dependency Injection * Programming to interfaces to allow easy substitution of components * Exceptions are reserved for exceptional events. Everything else is dealt with through traditional flow control ** Exceptions should only be thrown due to programmer error. A user of a Reefknot application should never see an exception * DRY * Comprehensive unit tests with as little mocking of dependants or PHP services as possible. A reefknot is a common type knot used for a wide range of tasks