Ian Maurmann on 06 September 2014

  Pith 0.5.6.6

Finished work on the form generation system

New form template: "Clarent"

Ian Maurmann on 11 April 2014

  Pith 0.5.6.5

Major progress on the Form System:

New CAPTCHA object, security token system, and checkbox-grid for the form generation system.

Ian Maurmann on 10 March 2014

  Pith 0.5.6.4

Pith Framework 0.5.6.4 (alpha release 19) features several improvements to the highlighter object, and improvements to the form system object.

Ian Maurmann on 07 February 2014

  Roadmap for Pith 0.5

New plan / roadmap for finishing the features for Pith 0.5

Ian Maurmann on 05 October 2013

  Pith 0.5.6.3

Release adds several new features and bug fixes, including direct support for database transactions.

Ian Maurmann on 17 September 2013

  Pith 0.5.6.1

Pith 0.5.6.1 (alpha release 16) is now available for download

A few minor additions and bug fixes:

  • New error display functions for the database object
  • Fixed a few bugs in the Code Highlighter object

Pith PHP Framework

The Pith Framework is an open source web application framework for PHP 5. The goal of Pith is to combine an easy-to-use, "pithy" framework with an admin control panel and CMS.

Pith is still under development, currently in Alpha, and is far from finished.

Features:

  • Most of the framework can be controlled though one variable: $pith
  • A database object for MySQL built on the Mysqli lib that offers easy access to prepared statements
  • A file object, (currently only does INI files though)
  • Secure file storage permissions without ending up in file-permission-hell
  • An email object
  • A built-in admin panel (still under construction but usable for a few things) that will be closely tied to the rest of the framework
  • A user login system (still under construction)

License

Pith itself is released under the MPL (Mozilla Public License 1.1) This means that only the framework's files themselves are copylefted. In the near future new releases might be licensed under the new MPL 2.0 instead.

Pith includes a few things that are licensed separately though:
  • The admin control panel uses jQuery. jQuery's license is MIT, (In Pith, jQuery's copyright notice is intact at the top of its file)
  • The images that Pith uses are licensed under this license (a rewording of the MIT for images) execpt for images with names starting with "stock_image_"
  • The logo of the Pith PHP Framework is retained as a trademark (™) that is allowed only for the use of the Pith PHP Framework.