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Another PHP Framework. But this one is clean, lightweight and (partially) unit tested.
PHP
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Merge pull request #1 from morishani/master

Router doesn't work on "strict standards" php mode - Fixed string class methods to be all statics.
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README.md

Emvisee (pronounced MVC)
By Leander Lee

  Created: Mar 24, 2011

  Contains:
    - controllers
    - templating
    - services
    - useful php classes
    - (basic) testing suite
    - jquery minimized


Is a really lightweight mvc framework
for PHP, similar to many of the existing
frameworks out there. However, I chose
to do my own, because it uses autoloading
static classes, so that the controllers
do not have any additional markup.

This was created because:
    - There aren't enough php frameworks (lol)
    - I needed something light(er) weight
    - I wanted something that looked nice
      (ie, none of that $, ->, @ crap.)
    - Had automated testing

The router is compact and unit-tested.
This uses Twig for templating (sensiolabs).
I also wrote a (basic) testing framework.


INSTALLATION
    Just copy it into webroot.
    Edit settings.conf and hide from world.

USAGE
    There are three things:
        <webroot>/
        <webroot>/tests/
        <webroot>/get/


controllers/
    contains .php files with a single 
    class called <filename>_controller.
lib/
    contains .php files with a single
    class called <filename>. This is
    automatically loaded when called.
static/
    hosts all css, images and js files.
tml/
    contains .tml files in folders
    associated to the controller file.

    More information about the template
    language and syntax can be found at:

    http://www.twig-project.org/doc/templates.html
tests/
    contains .test files which can be run
    by the test suite.
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