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FAD Framework for PHP

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Framework for Advanced Developments in PHP : A tool to develop complex websites, including search engine, query layer, administration panel in progress... Cache template generation, on the fly library creation to build business applications.

FAD Framework for PHP Web Site


  • Requires PHP 5.3+, MySQL, jQuery, EditArea and CKEditor
  • Full object oriented
  • MVC with multiple pages, pagemodels (controller), templates (view), datamodels (model), etc.
  • User rights with specific permissions on datatypes and pages
  • Strongly typed datamodels, with SQL tables created on the fly
  • URL Rewriting with efficient page=>pagemodel=>template params mapping
  • Own template engine (in PHP), but soon supports other (Smarty, etc.)
  • Efficient cache system with per-template customisation
  • Multilingual (in progress)
  • Pluggable modules (in progress) containing datamodels, pagemodels, templates and libraries
  • Module : Article edition
  • Module : Contact directory (enterprise, association, person, etc.)
  • Module in progress : Advanced Webmail
  • Module in progress : Blog
  • Module in progress : Forum


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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

Programming Language

JavaScript, PHP, Perl



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