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Orkestra PHP Framework

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Orkestra is a lightweight and highly extensible PHP framework designed to provide a flexible foundation for web development. With a focus on ease of service provider addition, extensibility, and maintaining high code quality, Orkestra empowers developers to build robust and scalable applications.


  • Service Provider Architecture: Easily expand the functionality of your application by adding service providers. Orkestra's modular design allows for simple integration of new components without compromising the core structure.

  • Dependency Injection (DI) Container: Orkestra includes a powerful Dependency Injection container for managing class dependencies and performing dependency injection.

  • MVC Pattern: Orkestra follows the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern, providing a clear and organized structure for your application. However, it does not enforce a specific model layer, allowing compatibility with any Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) tool, such as Doctrine, or abstractions like WordPress WPDB and custom Query classes (see Orkestra WP).

  • High Extensibility: Orkestra is designed with extensibility in mind. Leverage the flexibility of the framework to adapt and extend its functionality according to the specific needs of your project.

  • Code Quality: Prioritizing clean and maintainable code, Orkestra encourages best practices and follows coding standards to ensure a reliable and efficient development experience.

Getting Started


  • PHP 8.2 or higher
  • Composer


To kickstart a new project using Orkestra Skeleton, use the following Composer command. Replace {project_name} with the desired name for your project.

composer create-project luccpl/orkestra-skeleton {project_name}
cd {project_name}
php maestro app:serve

Congratulations! Your Orkestra project is now up and running. Access it by navigating to the specified address in your web browser.


For more detailed information on using Orkestra, refer to the official documentation.


We welcome contributions! Please see our contribution guidelines for details on how to get started.


This project is licensed under the MIT License.