NORM is a simple ORM for PHP. It works with PDO and MySQL. Unlike other ORMs, NORM is neither complicated, convoluted, nor daunting. You can easily throw a regular object at NORM, tie in a couple other objects to relate to it, store it in a database, and return it as a regular associative array or regular object that you can toss into JSON output or a template. It lets you create and store your objects without worrying about SQL, since NORM takes care of building and managing database tables.
|Tags||ORM database API PHP doctrine PHP Script MySQL|
|Licenses||Common Public GPLv3|
|Implementation||PHP 5.2+ PHP PDO MySQL|
Release Notes: Documentation and more readable code. Step-by-step examples on how to use NORM in your new PHP projects.
Release Notes: Norm is now being used in several projects successfully, and now has documentation. Example files have been updated.
Release Notes: This is NORM's debut release.