PHP.JS is nothing fancy like jQuery—we're just offering PHP functions, with all of their original flaws and benefits for whomever needs them.
Generate hashes client side to take load off of your server.
Date-formatting, just like you know it from PHP
The History of PHP.JS
He stored the stored the functions in a file calledphp.js
It was decided that the library deserved a bigger home and a face of its own, and so the PHP.JS core team (which at that time consisted of Michael White, Felix Geisendörfer, Philip Peterson and Kevin) developed the
contributing and did't stop. In April 2009 he was responsible for over 245 different PHP functions and has had many ideas considering PHP.JS' future.
Because the library became too big to include at once, and having users copy-paste functions to their projects was nothing short of creating a maintenance hell, Kevin started working on a compiler tool that allows programmers to select ONLY the functions they need, and wrap them up in a singlephp.js file.
This took away overhead and even allowed for easy upgrading.
And that's where we are now.
We are still trying to port and perfect more & more functions.
Want to help out & become a part of PHP.JS history? Why not add a comment with new or better code? It's that easy.
Here is a list of functions currently implemented by PHP.JS. Missing functions can be found here.