All these technologies follow stricts W3C rules which ensure that the pages will be properly displayed by any standard-compatible web browser.
- Our code is validated by the use of a unit test framework, phpunit.
Another tool that prooved very useful for the development of XPWeb is phpbabel. This tool allowed us to handle more and more languages and keep them up to date.
Please don't forget to visit phpbabel developer's web site, Eurobilltracker:
- Oh, by the way, we use a very handy XP tool to manage our project. It's called XPWeb. Our team remotely work at this address: XPWebOnXPWeb
XPWeb uses open source librairies that deserve a few words (by order of appearence!!):
Php Lib Login
Php Lib Login appears on scene one, when the very first user logs in: that's the core of XPWeb's login mechanism.
JpGraph only appeared in the sequel: version 2.2. Thanks to it, you can display nice diagrams on the reports section.
The coolest DHTML calendar widget
(This is trully the coolest)
The DHTML calendar is one of the stars appearing in XPWeb. It appears on many scenes such as the one where a task's start date is chosen while stunts hide forbidden days.
Helped moving metaphor div on a layer...