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Qcodo Release Information

Current Dev Release
Qcodo v0.4.21
Monday, July 18, 2011

Current Stable Release
Qcodo v0.4.22
Monday, August 15, 2011


Qcodo Development Information

The most updated development and check-in information at GitHub.com:

Qcodo Framework
Merge pull request #28 from romcart/master
Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Qcodo.com Website
Fixed github updater tool to use RSS feed instead of old v2 of github's API
Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Code Less. Do More.

The Qcodo Development Framework is an open-source PHP framework that focuses on freeing developers from unnecessary tedious, mundane coding.

Qcodo enables some the most highly trafficked websites and data intensive applications for companies like Lockheed Martin and Hewlett-Packard, large organizations like Stanford School of Medicine, Academy of Country Music and NASA, and startups like Chess.com and Uloop.

Qcodo-powered websites generate over 100 million page views every month.

As a completely object-oriented framework, it takes the best of PHP and provides a truly rapid application development platform. Initial prototypes roll out in minutes instead of days. Iterations come around in hours instead of weeks. As projects iterate into more cohesive solutions, the framework allows developers to take prototypes to the next level by providing the capability of bringing the application to maturity.

The following is just a sample of the many features of Qcodo that make it a robust, scalable PHP development framework that is being used for everything from large scale enterprise applications to agile Web 2.0 startups:

  • Code generation-based object relational model
  • Component-based event-driven view / controller library
  • Fully-integrated PHP-based AJAX support (no JavaScripting required)
  • Object oriented database querying library (no SQL required)
  • Built-in database profiling tools
  • Internationalization support
  • And much more...

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This open-source framework for PHP is released under the terms of The MIT License.