3.3.9 / November 19, 2018
|Type||Web application framework|
Features[edit | edit source]
- Cascading File System (CFS) allow class, configuration file and translation overloading from the system, module and application folder.
- ORM is an implementation of the active record pattern.
- Request and Response for either internal and external request.
- Routing to reverse URL and dispatch user request.
- Cache system compatible with multiple back-ends
Development[edit | edit source]
Koseven development begun on 18 March 2016  when a few Kohana (framework) community members decided to start a community fork of Kohana, named Koseven. When Kohana announced it's retirement on July 1, 2017, Koseven started growing and became the PHP7+ successor of Kohana  and an effort to rewrite the source code while maintaining backwards compatibility bagan.
The latest version 3.3.9 was released on Nov 19, 2018.
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topics Computer programming AND Free and open-source software : GrapheneOS, AdoptOpenJDK, PWCT (software)
Others articles of the Topic Computer programming : AdoptOpenJDK, Peachpie (compiler), Cuckoo filter, Lua (programming language), PeachPie, Ada Lovelace, C++/codebox experiment
Others articles of the Topic Free and open-source software : PureScript, KLayout, Aria Maestosa, Mylyn, Phorum, DominoCMS, PulseEffects
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References[edit | edit source]
- "Koseven V3.3.9". koseven.ga.
- "Koseven on GitHub". Retrieved 26 February 2019.
- "Issue tracking for Koseven". Koseven Team. Retrieved 26 February 2019.
- "Koseven GitHub API Page".
- "Kohana Framework Homepage".
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