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The CobWeb Framework is a proof of concept php rapid development MVC framework. It is very flexible, extensible and easy-to-use. Features: Database Abstraction, Multi-Language, Caching, Script Debugging, URL Routing, MVC Support
JPA-XJC is a JAXB 2.1 XJC plugin for annotating schema derived classes with Java persistence annotations. It does not generate code depending on libraries other than JPA 1.0 and does not introduce non-standard customization elements.
Developed by the manteiner Klederson Bueno, phpBurn is a MVC FRAMEWORK for PHP usage, initialy born as an ORM like hibernate and Nhibernate it allows you to create more and faster using OO concepts and patterns with a log of time gain.
Minimize application downtime by resolving application issues 65% faster. Monitor applications across on-premises, hybrid, and public cloud infrastructures from a single console. Set up intelligent application performance alerts to find and fix issues before they impact business services and end-users. Monitor 200+ applications from a single dashboard—no more wasting time between multiple tools and custom scripts.Advertisement
Handles extended but compatible config files
Provides path-like addressing of object trees
New computer science theory. OO databases generated with TROM are as relational and normalised as you specify. Predefine queries to be executed at the click of a button, or enter ad-hoc SQL statements. TROM is the future of OO relational databases.