mzz - php framework
mzz is a modern platform for web application development based on MVC - a classic idea of separating the business logic from the user interface.

Events

Friday 21 February 2014
Our repository has moved to: https://github.com/iLobster/mzz

Wednesday 10 February 2010
SVN repository has a new address: svn://svn.mzz.ru/mzz

Tuesday 03 February 2009
mzz 0.2.1 released! This release contains a few of bug fixes.

Thursday 29 January 2009
mzz 0.2 released. This release contains improvements of some modules. Here is ChangeLog

Wednesday 19 November 2008
mzz 0.1.1 released. This release fixes some bugs. ChangeLog.

Tuesday 11 November 2008
The first stable mzz 0.1 is now available!

Thursday 30 October 2008
mzz 0.1-rc1 released!

Thursday 10 January 2008
Trac is now available.

Thursday 12 July 2007
The documentation added. New chapters about the ACL, ORM, simple classes and etc.

Thursday 05 April 2007
mzz 0.0.7 released.

MZZ development

The mzz framework was initially created to load modules from templates. During the course of past 2 years the framework has been greatly improved by our team. We've implemented the newest stable data handling algorithms into mzz, enhacing its flexibility and possible application scenarios. A great deal of attention was paid to security, optimization and to the quality of the code through Test Driven Development.

Latest Technology

We've chosen the latest and most available web technologies for the framework such as php5, pdo_mysql, mysql 5.x, 4.x. Mzz is an open source project, licensed under LGPL. Download the latest stable release (0.2.1) here.
A number of sample modules are included with the distribution:

  • News
  • Pages
  • Dynamic Catalog
  • File Manager
  • Gallery
  • Navigation Menu
  • Messaging Module
  • Voting / Poll Module
  • F.A.Q Module
  • Forum

These modules were made for the demonstration purposes and are meant to showcase the framework. However they're fully functional and could be used in your project.

Flexibility & Expandability

The sphere of mzz implementation is not limited to content management. Due to its flexibility and well thought out structure mzz could be used to develop a variety of web projects - from corporate portals and intranets to online stores and proprietary billing & statistics applications. Most of new and emerging web technologies can be integrated with our framework.

Our goal is to develop a widely used web framework that supports quality RAD.