Monday, December 27, 2004

PHP-based application framework: Horde

Horde is a PHP-based application framework providing backend-independent interfaces for dealing with preferences, logfiles, compression, browser detection, connection tracking, MIME handling, hierarchical data, authentication, data formats, encryption, forms, session handling, file storage, remote procedure calls - and more is on the way.

Horde also makes heavy use of PEAR, the PHP Extension and Application Repository.


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Anonymous luggage said...

I loved when PHP and Horde became in sync with each other. I haven't really paid much attention to all of the changes over the years because I was just finishing up my first year in college when the Horde dream came to fruition and I was getting a writing and advertising degree at the time. What other changes have been made to horde in the past year that have made it even better than before? I am not that familiar with the acronym you're using for PHP Estension and Application Repository...I've always just said it and heard it the long way. In any case, do you think these PHP guys are looking for ways to build acronyms when they write these names? Everything has a notable acronym nowadays...I like Horde the most, to get back on topic, because it deals so well with hierarchical data...that has made it my hero many a time.

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