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Agavi

Overview
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A powerful, scalable PHP5 application framework that follows the MVC paradigm.

Category

PHP Web Framework Software

Features

Validators
Logging
Testing
XInclude Wildcards
AgaviSchematronProcessor and AgaviXslProcessor
AgaviReturnArrayConfigHandler
Autoloading

License

Open Source

Price

Free

Pricing

Subscription

Free Trial

Available

Users Size

Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)

Company

Agavi

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Ease of use
7.5
9.4
Features & Functionality
7.6
9.4
Advanced Features
7.6
9.1
Integration
7.5
9.2
Performance
7.7
9.5
Customer Support
7.7
Implementation
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Agavi is a powerful, scalable PHP5 application framework that follows the MVC paradigm. It enables developers to write clean, maintainable and extensible code.

7.6
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9.3
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Agavi is a powerful, scalable PHP5 application framework that follows the MVC paradigm. It enables developers to write clean, maintainable and extensible code. Agavi puts choice and freedom over limiting conventions, and focuses on sustained quality rather than short-sighted decisions.Agavi is designed for serious development.

It is not a complete website construction kit but rather a skeleton over which the developer can build the application. The architecture of Agavi allows developers to retain very fine control over their code.Agavi strives to leave most implementational choices to the developers.

Agavi's components are inherently extensible, and the framework itself is designed around a XML-based configuration system that provides a very flexible environment.The framework works for almost all kinds of applications but excels most in large codebases, long-term projects, extreme cases of integration and other special situations.

Creating an application that is accessible not only as a standard web application but also via a commandline interface or standards like HTTP, SOAP or even XML-RPC is a perfectly valid use case.

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