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WelcomeSparcleMVC is a super fast, easy to use and small (less than 15kb) model-view-controller development framework written in PHP. RequirementsMinimal 15kb webspace :) Minimal PHP5 or later On this moment only support for Mysql (PDO) FeaturesNice link structure like: www.johndoe.com/news/ or www.johndoe.com/news www.johndoe.com/news/items/ www.johndoe.com/news/items/add/ www.johndoe.com/news/items/add/var1/var2/var3/... Unlimited params in link structure. Model-view-controller implement watch
MVC Sitemap makes it a snap for your ASP.NET MVC based web site to expose a sitemap xml file to search engine crawlers. Simply place a [Sitemap] attribute on all Actions you want crawled and create an action for the sitemap - it's that easy.
Ambivalence is a Model-View-Controller framework for PHP web development. The initial version, based on the Java-based Maverick project, offers clean MVC separation and an XML sitemap, plus a service to authenticate and enforce access control.
Maverick is a Model-View-Controller framework for Java web publishing. It offers clean MVC separation, configurable transformation pipelines, an XML sitemap, browser detection, i18n, and support for a wide range of templating and xform technologies.
Maverick.NET is a .NET port of Maverick, a Model-View-Controller framework for web publishing. It offers clean MVC separation, configurable transformation pipelines, an XML sitemap, i18n, and support for a wide range of templating and xform technologies.
Simple nested UL/LI emitting composite web control which you can bind to a SiteMap provider. I have provided some basic CSS and jQuery scripts to style it into a tree view. Code has been derived from this sample http://bryantlikes.com/archive/2006/02/17/4839.aspx
This is a set of Joomla Extensions that I've been using on several sites and decided to release them as open source. I'm in the process of updating them to Joomla 1.5 and PHP 5 before releasing as open source. Availability and StatusThe components are all on different states of development. Here's a brief list of available components and their state: A Contact Form component that visitors of your site can use to send you comments over an email. This component is finished and stable. A Google Sit