Tue Jul 03, 2007 · 278 words

BOEUF (“Bunch Of Extremely Useful Functions”) is a helper library (a “mini-framework” if you will) designed to make the most tedious operations of building PHP websites a little bit easier. I'm using it to drive a few web projects at the moment, including this very same blog.

It's been inspired in part by CakePHP, but maybe most of all by good-old oldskool PHP/MySQL development. It gives you:

If you stick to some of it's conventions, it also gives you the following:

Of-course it also has a number of weaknesses also:

I uploaded the first version today, as well as the phpDoc and some more documentation.

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