Gishiki is a modern, fast and secure MVC framework perfect when creating a website or a web service.
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- php: >=7.0
- ext-curl: *
- ext-libxml: *
- ext-openssl: *
- ext-pdo: *
- ext-reflection: *
- ext-simplexml: *
- monolog/monolog: ^1.22
- psr/http-message: ^1.0
- symfony/yaml: ^3.3.0
- zendframework/zend-diactoros: >=1.6.0
- ext-mbstring: *
- codacy/coverage: >=1.3.0
- codeclimate/php-test-reporter: >=v0.4.4
- phpunit/phpunit: >=6.0
- squizlabs/php_codesniffer: ^2.5
- ext-mongodb: For MongoDB databases
- ext-pdo_dblib: For MSSQL or Sybase databases on Linux/UNIX platform
- ext-pdo_mysql: For MySQL or MariaDB databases
- ext-pdo_oci: For Oracle databases
- ext-pdo_pqsql: For PostgreSQL databases
- ext-pdo_sqlite: For SQLite databases
- ext-pdo_sqlsrv: For MSSQL databases on Windows platform
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Last update: 2023-05-27 11:33:52 UTC
Gishiki: a modern and elegant MVC framework for modern versions of PHP.
Gishiki means 'ritual' in japanese, this name was chosen because this framework will help you to perform the ritual of creation and deployment of web contents.
Do you want to have it working in the less time possible?
Just fork the skeleton project!
A simple tutorial is inside the Documentation folder. That tutorial is meant to be compiled using mkdocs.
You can browse here the online version matching the last valid development branch.
Gishiki focuses on high-performance cloud computing in an MVC-oriented paradigm.
The majority of cloud application is composite of RESTFul services.
Gishiki lets you easily create RESTFul services to interact with your own service from wherever you want, may it be an Android/iOS application, another service, a Desktop program or the website for your service.
Gishiki aims to deploy a framework complete and easy to use to build classic websites.
In order to help you obtaining a secure working environment Gishiki deploy a set of cryptographic utilities based on the OpenSSL ones and abstract away most common cryptographic operations.
Gishiki is released under Apache-2.0 license terms, read the LICENSE file to find out more!