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Tigermouse AJAX framework for PHP

Tigermouse - AJAX framework for PHP
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Our goal is to develop high quality web applications framework for PHP and AJAX. We follow the best practices of software engineering to provide reliable, ready for changes and easily maintainable solution.
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You can take advantage of existing __autoload implementation to automaticaly include your classes. Run autobuild.php script to regenerate autoloader cache.
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Antoine Choppin (project contributor) - September 23rd, 2007
Après quelques essais (j’ai exploré quelques frameworks listés ici), je suis tombé sur Tigermouse, qui m’a séduit par sa simplicité, et la “pureté” de son implémentation du MVC. Le code est extrêmement bien documenté, et répondait assez bien à mes attentes: en quelques lignes, on peut vraiment créer une webapp PHP/AJAX sans avoir à écrire une ligne de Javascript.

blog.nerdd.dk - June 18th, 2007
When I almost had given up, I gave it one more shot and looked at Tigermouse. This framework actually looks like it is no-nonsense and wraps JavaScript entirely in PHP. One thing is for sure, this framework is something I will look further into.

PHP Blogger - April 15th, 2007
Prima finde ich auch die Entscheidung möglichst viel Code auf den Server zu packen. Business-Logik gehört definitiv nicht in Javascript-Libs.