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Yii - Open Source PHP Frameworks

Yii is an open source, object-oriented, component-based PHP web application framework.

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  • Yii features include:

    • Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern.
    • Database Access Objects (DAO), query builder, Active Record and database migration.
    • Integration with jQuery.
    • Form input and validation.
    • Ajax-enabled widgets, such as auto-complete input field, treeview, and so on.
    • Built-in authentication support. It also supports authorization via hierarchical role-based access control (RBAC).
    • Skinning and theming.
    • Automatic generation of complex WSDL service specifications and management of Web service request handling.
    • Internationalization and localization (I18N and L10N). It supports message translation, date and time formatting, number formatting, and interface localization.
    • Layered caching scheme. It supports data caching, page caching, fragment caching and dynamic content. The storage medium of caching can be changed.
    • Error handling and logging. Errors are handled and presented more nicely, and log messages can be categorized, filtered and routed to different destinations.
    • Security measures include cross-site scripting (XSS) prevention, cross-site request forgery (CSRF) prevention, cookie tampering prevention, etc.
    • Unit and functionality testing based on PHPUnit and Selenium.
    • Automatic code generation for the skeleton application, CRUD applications, etc.
    • Code generated by Yii components and command line tools complies to the XHTML standard.
    • Carefully designed to work well with third-party code. For example, it's possible to use code from PEAR or Zend Framework in a Yii application.

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