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Wolff - Description
  • Wolff is a ridiculously small and lightweight PHP framework which follows the MVC pattern while having useful functions and utilities like a template, route, loader, session and language system.
  • Wolff is a ridiculously small and lightweight PHP framework with useful functions and utilities like a template, route, extensions and language system.
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swoft - Description
  • Swoft 2.0 — Modern High performance AOP and Coroutine PHP Framework.
  • Swoft is a new era PHP framework based on Swoole and PHP 7.1+.
  • ## Features
  • - Built-in high performance network server(Http/WebSocket/RPC)
  • - Flexible componentization
  • - Flexible annotation function
  • - Diversified command terminal(Console)
  • - Powerful Aspect Oriented Programming(AOP)
  • - Perfect Container management, Dependency Injection (DI) based on PSR-11
  • - Flexible event mechanism
  • - Implementation of HTTP message based on PSR-7
  • - Event Manager Based on PSR-14
  • - Middleware based on PSR-15
  • - Internationalization(i18n) support
  • - Simple and efficient parameter validator
  • - High performance connection pool(Mysql/Redis/RPC),Automatic reconnection
  • - Database is highly compatible Laravel
  • - Cache Redis highly compatible Laravel
  • - Efficient task processing
  • - Flexible exception handling
  • - Powerful log system
  • The first new era PHP high-performance co-stack framework based on Swoole native co-process, built-in Coprocessor network server and commonly used co-process client, resident memory, does not rely on traditional PHP-FPM, fully asynchronous non-blocking IO implementation, similar to the synchronization client writing to achieve the use of asynchronous clients, There are no complex asynchronous callbacks, no tedious yield, a go-and-go language synergy, flexible annotations, powerful global dependency injection containers, sound service governance, flexible and powerful AOP, standard PSR specification implementations, and more that can be used to build high-performance WEB systems, APIS, middleware, basic services, and more.
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