bref - Serverless framework for PHP

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Bref is a serverless application framework for PHP. It allows to deploy PHP applications on serverless hosting providers (AWS Lambda mostly for now) and provides everything necessary for it to work, including bridges with popular PHP frameworks.

https://github.com/mnapoli/bref

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