FuelPHP is an open-source web application framework that was designed from the ground up with an HMVC (Hierarchical Model-View-Controller) architecture. Inspired by the Kohana framework, FuelPHP was written in PHP 5.3 and requires PHP 5.3.3 to run. FuelPHP uses a directory structure known as a "cascading file system," that is based on namespaces used by classes. Its flexible approach lets developers divide applications into modules and extend or replace almost every component of FuelPHP’s core framework as needed. In addition to its core functionalities, FuelPHP offers many useful features, including security protection against SQL injections and other vulnerabilities, a URL routing system, RESTful implementation, and form and data validation. It is also extensible via plugin "packages."
The AppDynamics platform provides full, code-level visibility into the performance of your PHP application built on the FuelPHP framework. With rapid installation and the most scalable architecture in the industry, AppDynamics solutions help you deploy your applications more quickly and with more confidence.
Automatically discover FuelPHP application topology
Avoid manual configuration even as application code changes over time through continuous dynamic detection of FuelPHP application components and dependencies.
Web and mobile user experience correlation
Understand the client-side performance impact of business transactions by automatically correlating browser and device performance to originating business transaction performance metrics.
Automatic business transaction naming
Automatically detect and name your business transactions using your FuelPHP naming schema.
Database / NoSQL visibility
Expand visibility from the user to the database by correlating database performance to originating business transaction performance metrics.
Custom match / exclude
Customize your monitoring by choosing which business transactions you want to include or exclude from view in real-time.
Error and exception capture
Get real-time visibility into the root cause of errors and exceptions that originate from your PHP application.
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