PHP Weather is moving…

PHP Weather It’s been a while since my last post — I’ve been busy. One of the things I’ve been working on is [PHP Weather][]. And the cool thing is that I’m not alone: Max Hammond has helped me a lot. He has made the beautiful logos you see here and on — he also bought the new short address.

One of the cool new things is the updated Configuration Builder which helps you build a correct configuration file.

The framework is actually usable for other projects as well if it is adapted a bit. It works by presenting some options to the user. The input is checked at the client using JavaScript and at the server by PHP. Depending on the input more options might appear — this is controlled by the options dependencies on other options. The idea is, that the user wont be asked to fill in a database-password unless he has selected a database-type that requires a password.

So, things are moving in the right direction — you should come and join us if you want to help. There’s plenty to do: if you cannot code, then perhaps you’ll be able to go through the comments in the code and correct some of the more embarrassing spelling errors I’ve made :-)

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