Nephtali vs CakePHP, Yii, Kohana, Symfony, and Zend PHP Frameworks

Upon being asked if I knew of a writeup contrasting Nephtali with the Yii PHP framework, I realized I’d better get to work writing a post that fills the void. And, while contemplating the content,…

A very primitive PHP docblock parser

Well, as I mentioned in a previous post, I’d pined for a PHP 5.3 documentation generator that could handle Nephtali’s core API long enough, so I recently cobbled a very, very primitive PHP docblock parser that…

Nephtali 3.2.2 brings better documentation

There’s a new release of Nephtali (3.2.2), and the emphasis on the release and the website of late has been on improving documentation.  Although there is still a long way to go, Nephtali is much…

Documentation!!!

Well, those who’ve used Nephtali up until this point have done so in the absence of consistent documentation.  Although the site provided a few general examples, the API was left to be explored either by…

What’s new in the world of Nephtali?

Well, first and foremost, I had released version 3.2.0 back in September, and while the core files were all in place, I had neglected to include the setup.php file for those doing new installs (along…