Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the www.jsphp.com website?
- What is available on the www.jsphp.com website?
- Who pays for the www.jsphp.com website?
- Who runs the www.jsphp.com website?
- Who develops the www.jsphp.com website?
- What is the JsPHP library?
- Can you explain the function statuses 'Ported', 'Unported', etc?
- What is the Pcphpjs project?
- What is the history of the JsPHP library?
- Why did you fork code already available at phpjs.org?
What is the www.jsphp.com website?
What is available on the www.jsphp.com website?
If you're an unregistered user you will have access to browse the JsPHP library and to download functions that you'd like to use in your own projects. As a registered user you can be involved in the development of the JsPHP library. That is, you can edit code for functions, unit tests or benchmarks; leave comments; and edit function dependencies. To get started learning about what's available on the www.jsphp.com website head over to the demo page.
Who pays for the www.jsphp.com website?
The www.jsphp.com website is a ProgClub project. ProgClub is a free international club for computer programmers, and ProgClub is sponsored by an Australian software development company, Blackbrick. So it is essentially Blackbrick who pays to develop and host the www.jsphp.com website.
Who runs the www.jsphp.com website?
Who develops the www.jsphp.com website?
The www.jsphp.com website is developed by ProgClub. It's another one of ProgClub's open-source computer programming projects. The www.jsphp.com website runs a customised Content Managemnt System (CMS) and Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that is made available through the Pcphpjs software. The Pcphpjs software is developed by ProgClub members on a volunteer and paid basis. Generally Pcphpjs is a volunteer project, but Blackbrick has employed programmers to work on some of the more involved features.
What is the JsPHP library?
Can you explain the function statuses 'Ported', 'Unported', etc?
Functions at JsPHP are classified with one of the following statuses: Ported, Unported, Not-porting, Experimental, or Workbench. The idea of this classification is to let you know what the plans are for a function and where it is at in terms of development. An explanation of the various function statuses follows.
What is the Pcphpjs project?
What is the history of the JsPHP library?
The JsPHP library started life as php.js, initially released as an open-source library by Kevin van Zonneveld in 2008. Kevin's php.js project evolved to phpjs.org, where the upstream library continues to be developed and made available today. In December 2011 John Elliot forked the phpjs.org codebase into a new ProgClub project at www.jsphp.com where the code is made available, with some improvements and modifications, as the JsPHP library.
Why did you fork code already available at phpjs.org?
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