Pluf : Pluf, PHP WebApp Framework Pluf : Pluf, PHP WebApp Framework Simple, elegant and easy for people used to Django but in PHP5 so easy to deploy all over the world. In 2005, someone asked me in urgence to help him in building a webapplication to manage a conference. At that time, I was using Django (and I am still using it) but it was clear that setting up Django was not possible for technical and human reasons. That is why, I started Pluf to be able to code a webapp with ease but in PHP. The framework is a Model, Template, View framework and you have a full control over the look and feel of the URLs (they can end with a slash, .html, .pluf, etc.). The ORM allows you to easily create, update and delete things in your database but also query the database.
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The Application Files You should enable JavaScript to get a nice table of content for this page. When you create an application with Pluf you have a lot of freedom in the organisation of your files. The framework is not enforcing anything, but the following conventions will help you to have consistency, maintain your application in the future but also use several applications written with Pluf at the same time in one project. We suppose here that you are going to write a todo list application with the name Todo. Here is the directory structure with the important files in a glance. To help the visualisation, a slash (/) is given at the end of the directories even so in configuration files you should never use a slash at the end of a directory name. The Application Files
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