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Gyro-PHP application framework release


By Gerd Riesselmann - Posted on 04 February 2010

It has been more than two years since my last post. Two very exiting years for me, though. Not only my daughter was born, but also my PHP application framework is now ready to be open-sourced: Gyro-PHP, a PHP application framework.

Gyro-PHP is a PHP application framework offering Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern.
It also comes with an extensive behavior layer based upon the command design pattern.

The framework has been highly optimized, using real life applications. It works well with opcode caches, and can use memory for session and cache handling. And it also works with fast webservers like Nginx or lighttpd.

Additionally, Gyro-PHP has support for all the stuff that makes fast pages: JavaScript and CSS compression, gzip-support, check-not-modified, content distribution, and similar.

You may check out all it's features here.

I'm personal looking forward to another exiting year. Hopefully, Gyro-PHP will grow and become useful to the community, which I owe so much.