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Recess - Framework PHP

Recess - Framework PHP

Seagull - Framework PHP Tonic: The RESTful Web App PHP Micro-Framework Tonic is an open source less is more, RESTful Web application development PHP library designed to do things "the right way", where resources are king and the library gets out of the way and leaves the developer to get on with it. To understand Tonic, you need to get the Web, so forget everything you know for a minute and think about how the Web really works, it's not about HTML pages, it's about resources: Everything useful is a resource, not a file, not a CGI script, a resource, an abstract concept of something useful that the client wants to grab hold of. Resources are located by URLs, URLs are cheap and form the universal addressing system of the Web. Tonic helps you develop Web applications that embrace the way the Web really works, enabling your applications to scale, extend and work with other systems easily. Quick Example resource/hello.php Features URI annotations Resources are attached to their URL by a @uri annotation. Content negotiation Method conditions Mount points Download

PRADO PHP Framework evoCore - Framework PHP Home - Slim Framework for PHP 5 Jelix, framework PHP QPHP - Framework PHP Silex - The PHP micro-framework based on Symfony2 Components Limb PHP Framework _Rest_Server Calling a Zend_Rest_Server Service To call a Zend_Rest_Server service, you must supply a GET/POST method argument with a value that is the method you wish to call. You can then follow that up with any number of arguments using either the name of the argument (i.e. "who") or using arg following by the numeric position of the argument (i.e. "arg1"). Note: Numeric index Numeric arguments use a 1-based index. To call sayHello from the example above, you can use either: ? or: ? Returning Custom XML Responses If you wish to return custom XML, simply return a DOMDocument, DOMElement or SimpleXMLElement object. Example #4 Return Custom XML /** * Say Hello * * @param string $who * @param string $when * @return SimpleXMLElement */function sayHello($who, $when){ $xml ='<? The response from the service will be returned without modification to the client.

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