Propel (PHP)

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Propel
Stable release
1.7.1 / February 25, 2014 (2014-02-25)[1]
Preview release
2.0.0-alpha5 / June 27, 2015 (2015-06-27)[2]
Development status Active
Written in PHP
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Object-relational mapping framework
License MIT
Website propelorm.org

Propel is a free, open-source (MIT) object-relational mapping toolkit written in PHP. It is also an integral part of the PHP framework Symfony and was the default ORM up to, and including version 1.2.

History[edit]

The Propel project was started in August 2003, with the availability of beta versions PHP version 5. With version 5, PHP was finally able to provide a level of support for object-oriented programming that both made projects like Propel possible and also created a demand for these hitherto-missing components of large-scale, object-oriented architectures. Propel was originally based on the Apache Torque project, which was a Java language ORM project.

Features[edit]

Propel's primary function is to provide a mapping between PHP classes and database tables. To accomplish this Propel includes a generator component which uses source code generation to build PHP classes based on a datamodel definition written in XML. Propel also includes a runtime component which manages connections, transactions, and any idiosyncratic rules that describe the workings of the RDBMS being used with Propel.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ GitHub: Propel/CHANGELOG
  2. ^ Propel: The Blog

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