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Platform is a simple project that allows website developers and webmasters to manage and maintain web-based projects, platforms, frameworks, applications, libraries, components and many more from one central source.
If you find this tool useful, simply send us your suggestions and feedbacks to firstname.lastname@example.org and support us and help us improve the Platform source code.
Platform is a web-based open source operating system platform developed for-developers by-developers for the purpose of combining and integrating multiple open source operating system platforms from one generic source to cater for all programming languages, allowing cross-platform interchangeability of source code to help developers to develop code that is artificially intelligent.
Platforms in general either support a specific programming language, where there are several languages to choose from, the problem arises, how do we manage a platform with multiple projects or frameworks from one central source code.
Platform focuses on addressing this problem by making its source the only entry point into vast library of projects, frameworks, libraries and platforms. It aims at looking at best practices, commonality and tries to implement an optimal solution that works for any scenario.
Our goal is not to force a developer to do things in a certain way but to give the developer the option to choose any approach to development. Our focus is ensuring development project success at any scale or level.
By implementing this solution, a developer should not be limited to one approach to development but any approach that best suits the project's development cycle.
- Linux or Mac OSX or Windows (with Cygwin installed)
- Web-server, not limited to Apache2
- Supports Blink engine, a WebKit fork
- PHP and PECL
- Minimum 1 Gb Hard-disk space
- 512MB - 1GB RAM
- This project is built and tested specifically on Chromium Browser
- This project has been tested to work on Ubuntu 9.04 up to the latest.
- This project has been tested to work with PHP 5.3 and PHP 5.4 using Travis CI
- This is the base system for any platform install.
- This folder is self-explained and contains your platform filesystem
- Please submit all issues and pull requests to the Platform on GitHub repository!