Thimble Opensource - free PHP code snippets and applications
This site offers my open-source projects, tutorials for them and some generally useful code snippets (JS, PHP).
In near future the ThimbleFramework will be released, which is the main reason for this site to exists to provide support, documentation and examples for this new PHP framework.
|[Aug. 1 2013]||New Custom libraries loader for jQuery snippet. Loads JS and CSS files on demand.|
|[Mar. 16 2013]||Updated JQuery plugin for input text field filtering using regex - added support for "paste" event|
|[Mar. 10 2013]||Updated JQuery plugin for input text field filtering using regex to be compatible with jQuery 1.7+ .on() and added user-submitted extension for using predefined filter masks|
|[Jan. 28 2012]||Little improvement in JQuery plugin for input text field filtering using regex|
|[Oct. 27 2011]||Release of the new JQuery plugin Multi Variant Input|
|[Oct. 6 2011]||Release of the new JQuery plugin Multi Ajax Input|
|[Nov. 20 2010]||Bugfix of JQuery plugin for input text field filtering using regex|
|[Apr. 14 2010]||Released simple JQuery plugin for input text field filtering using regex|
|[Dec. 14 2008]||Released new project ThimbleBench - PHP webservers benchmark tool|
|[Nov. 21 2008]||Released new version of ThimbleText - 1.0 stable. Hurray !|
|[Nov. 20 2008]||A lot of work has been done on ThimbleFramework. Some redesign was done and first public alpha release should be before X-mas.|
|[Aug. 17 2008]||Released new version of ThimbleText - 1.0 release candidate 1|
|[Aug. 16 2008]||ThimbleDoc 0.2 beta - PHP documentator released|
|[July 31 2008]||In a few days new project called ThimbleDoc will be released, stay tuned.|
Why opensource ?
Because opensource has ability to grow very fast and it can attract many great programmers to contribute some of their code, their ideas, opinions or at least but not last - bug reports and feedback. Help of opensource community is very efficient and needed to develop quality software, such as PHP ;-)
All of my products are dual-licensed. It's up to each user or developer, which license better suits him ( or her :-) ). First license is GNU/GPL2, that is pure opensource license. You can use it, modify it, but always original license must be retained with your software (which has to be opensource as well). Second option is commercial license. That's good if you need to include some of my products into your close-sources products. Then you need to purchase this license. Just contact me and tell me your needs, I will promptly reply with price and custom license agreement.