PHP Php7

Open-source PHP projects categorized as Php7

Top 23 PHP Php7 Projects

  • CodeIgniter

    Open Source PHP Framework (originally from EllisLab)

    Project mention: Top 12 PHP Frameworks For Web Development in 2024 | dev.to | 2024-02-13

    CodeIgniter is an open-source PHP framework with 18k+ stars and 7.8K forks on GitHub. It follows the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture and provides a structured way to create and organize code. It provides a set of libraries and an intuitive interface to accelerate PHP web app development.

  • Grav

    Modern, Crazy Fast, Ridiculously Easy and Amazingly Powerful Flat-File CMS powered by PHP, Markdown, Twig, and Symfony

    Project mention: Ask HN: What products other than Obsidian share the file over app philosophy? | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-04-03

    There are flat-file CMSes (content management systems) like Grav: https://getgrav.org/

    I guess, in some vague/broad sense, config-as-code systems also implement something similar? Maybe even OpenAPI schemas could count to some degree...?

    In the old days, the "semantic web" movement was an attempt to make more webpages both human- and machine-readable indefinitely by tagging them with proper schema: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resource_Description_Framework. Even Google was on board for a while, but I guess it never saw much uptake. As far as I can tell it's basically dead now, both because of non-semantic HTML (everything as a React div), general laziness, and LLMs being able to parse things loosely.

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    Side thoughts...

    Philosophically, I don't know that capturing raw data alone as files is really sufficient to capture the nuances of any particular experience, or the overall zeitgeist of an era. You can archive Geocities pages, but that doesn't really capture the novelty and indie-ness of that era. Similarly, you can save TikTok videos, but absent the cultural environment that created them (and a faithful recreation of the recommendation algorithm), they wouldn't really show future archaeologists how teenagers today lived.

    I worked for a natural history museum for a while, and while we were there, one of the interesting questions (well, to me anyway) was whether our web content was in and of itself worth preserving as a cultural artifact -- both so that future generations can see what exhibits were interesting/apropos for the cultures of our times, but also so they could see how our generation found out about those exhibitions to begin with (who knows what the Web will morph into 50 years later). It wasn't enough to simply save the HTML of our web pages, both because they tie into various other APIs and databases (like zoological collections) and because some were interactive experiences, like games designed to be played with a mouse (before phones were popular), or phone chatbots with some of our specimens. To really capture the experience authentically would've required emulating not just our tech stacks and devices, among other things.

    Like for the earlier Geocities example, sure you could just save the old HTML and render it with a modern browser, but that's not the same as something like https://oldweb.today/?browser=ns3-mac#http://geocities.com/ , which emulates the whole OS and browser too. And that still isn't the same as having to sit in front of a tiny CRT and wait minutes for everything to download over a 14.4k modem, only to be interrupted when mom had to make a call.

    I guess that's a longwinded of critiquing "file over app": It only makes sense for things that are originally files/documents to begin with. Much of our lives now are not flat docs but "experiences" that take much more thought and effort to archive. If the goal is truly to preserve that posterity, it's not enough to just archive their raw data, but to develop ways to record and later emulate entire experiences, both technological and cultural. It ain't easy!

  • WorkOS

    The modern identity platform for B2B SaaS. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

  • Firefly III

    Firefly III: a personal finances manager

    Project mention: Firefly III: A free and open source personal finance manager | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-02-15

    Not SQL, but check out the contents of the database folder. For example:

    https://github.com/firefly-iii/firefly-iii/blob/main/databas...

  • PHPStan

    PHP Static Analysis Tool - discover bugs in your code without running it!

    Project mention: Rector keeps your PHP code base fresh and perfect | dev.to | 2024-03-15

    As part of the journey to PHP perfection, you should embrace Rector. It's a amazing, free, and open-source tool for migrations, code quality, type coverage, pushing PHPStan to the highest levels, and yes, it can even auto-fix your existing code! It seamlessly integrates into the CI process, making your development workflow smoother than ever.

  • php-pm

    PPM is a process manager, supercharger and load balancer for modern PHP applications.

    Project mention: PCNTL: Signal not handled intermittently | /r/PHPhelp | 2023-04-18

    Instead I would use long-running scripts that run on their own (started via a service, or another script that manages the long-running processes that runs on a cron - I'd recommend the former). You may also want to look at existing PHP process managers such as php-pm

  • devilbox

    A modern Docker LAMP stack and MEAN stack for local development

    Project mention: Best Xampp alternative | /r/PHP | 2023-12-06

    Upvote, because I like the idea of https://github.com/cytopia/devilbox. But, it contains a bit too much for me. Worth a look, though, fellow redditors

  • CraftCMS

    Build bespoke content experiences with Craft. (by craftcms)

    Project mention: Different flavors of content management | dev.to | 2023-08-28

    The most typical approach is having a CMS admin panel sit somewhere on the server; everyone with an account uses this. This is a very convenient approach, especially when working with a team. This way, many people can work on different articles simultaneously without worrying about potential conflicts or overwriting stuff. The only con is related to security - everyone can try to get inside, and if you forget to update our CMS or some user have a weak password, it can be someone outside of our team. WordPress, Drupal, CraftCMS, or Ghost are perfect examples of such CMSs.

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

  • Unifiedtransform

    A school management Software

  • FreeScout

    FreeScout — Free self-hosted help desk & shared mailbox (Zendesk / Help Scout alternative)

    Project mention: Yet another hepdesk ticket post... | /r/sysadmin | 2023-05-25

    I think FreeScout is going to be something to consider.

  • Hprose-PHP

    Hprose is a cross-language RPC. This project is Hprose 3.0 for PHP

  • php-qrcode

    A PHP QR Code generator and reader with a user-friendly API.

    Project mention: Has anyone used this library in Laravel to create custom QR codes? | /r/PHPhelp | 2023-04-27

    Not OP but there are some references to logos in the documentation but it seems the functionality isn't fully implemented yet. See here for example: https://github.com/chillerlan/php-qrcode/wiki/QRMatrix

  • plugin-php

    Prettier PHP Plugin

  • YetiForceCRM

    Our team created for you one of the most innovative CRM systems that supports mainly business processes and allows for customization according to your needs. Be ahead of your competition and implement YetiForce!

    Project mention: Launch HN: Twenty.com (YC S23) – open-source CRM | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-07-19
  • Plates

    Native PHP template system

    Project mention: What is your tech stack for blog websites? (not wordpress) | /r/webdev | 2023-06-07

    I use PHP with Route, the Plates template engine, and my blog posts are markdown files grouped by folder (year/month/day.md).

  • coding-standard

    Slevomat Coding Standard for PHP_CodeSniffer provides many useful sniffs

    Project mention: Laravel code-quality tools | dev.to | 2024-02-08

    If you go through the imports in the config/insights.php file, you'll see that it mostly uses rules from NunoMaduro\PhpInsights and SlevomatCodingStandard\Sniffs. The former is PHP Insight's in-house insights and the latter is the sniffs from the Slevomat coding standard. In most cases, you'll only ever reach for those two.

  • mysqldump-php

    PHP version of mysqldump cli that comes with MySQL

  • Halite

    High-level cryptography interface powered by libsodium

  • doctrine-test-bundle

    Symfony bundle to isolate your app's doctrine database tests and improve the test performance

  • composer-git-hooks

    Easily manage git hooks in your composer config

  • static-php-cli

    Build standalone PHP binary on Linux, macOS, FreeBSD, Windows, with PHP project together, with popular extensions included.

    Project mention: Statically compiled PHP - Would you use this? | /r/PHP | 2023-11-28

    I installed this project into a docker container: https://github.com/crazywhalecc/static-php-cli

  • SleekDB

    Pure PHP NoSQL database with no dependency. Flat file, JSON based document database.

  • FacebookToolkit

    a tool to get Facebook data, and some Facebook bots, and extra tools found on Facebook Toolkit ++.

  • snuffleupagus

    Security module for php7 and php8 - Killing bugclasses and virtual-patching the rest!

    Project mention: WordPress plugin hole puts '2M websites' at risk | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-05-08

    I wonder if Snuffleupagus can block this exploit.

    https://snuffleupagus.readthedocs.io/

  • SaaSHub

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2024-04-03.

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What are some of the best open-source Php7 projects in PHP? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 CodeIgniter 18,251
2 Grav 14,274
3 Firefly III 14,031
4 PHPStan 12,518
5 php-pm 6,540
6 devilbox 4,315
7 CraftCMS 3,152
8 Unifiedtransform 2,742
9 FreeScout 2,600
10 Hprose-PHP 1,972
11 php-qrcode 1,763
12 plugin-php 1,702
13 YetiForceCRM 1,626
14 Plates 1,464
15 coding-standard 1,348
16 mysqldump-php 1,223
17 Halite 1,111
18 doctrine-test-bundle 1,046
19 composer-git-hooks 1,035
20 static-php-cli 1,011
21 SleekDB 870
22 FacebookToolkit 832
23 snuffleupagus 725
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