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Your open source Rocks PHP Library has really made developing PHP easier!

Rocks PHP Library

The Rocks PHP Library is designed to simplify PHP development by containing the more complex idosyncracies of the language and common programming tasks in simple classes.

What began as a in house development however has been now released as a Open Source project using the GNU General Public License (GPL) so is free for use in non-commercial software. If you are a commercial organisation interested in using this library in your software please contact us.

The main reason for this is that there are many complexities in PHP as well as many common programming tasks that need to be accounted for and this is just too big a task for us! So following the great Open Source tradition of PHP we decided to let everyone contribute to the project. If you have any bugs or suggestions please don't hesitate to report them.

We provide interactive user support via our forums for this project to our subscribers, however we provide documentation on the Rocks PHP Library for free. Another part of our support is the indepth tutorials we provide, although you can also create your own by submitting your tutorials to us. Alternativley we can carry out any changes for you for a reasonable cost.


The library contains the following features plus lots more

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Comments to date: 5. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
dfgfdg   7:15am on Monday, March 23rd, 2015 
meter   6:51am on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 
GPL means free for everybody, whether you make money from the software or not. AFAIK, as long as the code that runs the commercial operation is itself released as GPL software, it can use other GPL code and not be in voilation.

I think your licens... read more »
Reillareoke   6:54pm on Thursday, November 15th, 2012 
I'm green hand.
Delighted to reach everybody on this page.
Karinthia   2:54am on Saturday, December 3rd, 2011 
Heuckva good job. I sure appreciate it.
mwayfarer   5:32pm on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009 
I will test the class and come back to give mi impressions tks

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Written by Dominic Skinner
Last Updated: 2011-10-25 16:00:38