ExtPHP: An ExtJS Converter/Wrapper for PHP Developers

ExtPHP LogoIt is something that I had to think about in my day job, because my team is migrating to PHP for web development and I believe that we simply do not have enough time for them to learn JavaScript’s intricacies, I needed to be the one person who would have to wrestle JavaScript when problems happened. I therefore needed a way to insulate them from the gory details, which is why I created ExtPHP.
As you may have guessed from subtle hints, such as this entry’s 12-feet tall header, ExtPHP creates a PHP wrapper for ExtJS.

ExtPHP In ActionI noticed, at dzone.com, that the last time someone created a wrapper for JavaScript, many readers complained about how intrusive his approach was. Well, be assured that ExtPHP does not foil ExtJS’ non-intrusive take. Of course, with ExtJS itself, it’s up to the developer to decide what kind of style they wish to adopt, and ExtPHP follows suit.

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