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2008-08-24, 10:08

I was inspired to write an application for running online dictionaries while building a MODx-driven project that had to include such a structure. (MODx has a limitation that excludes building the dictionary based on the internal documents of this CMS. However, it is still my favorite framework for building sites.)

I wrote my AmDictionary PHP5 Class basing it on the PHP 5 parser and MySQL 5 database server which are required for running the application.

Some features of the AmDictionary PHP5 Class are:

— ability to integrate into any (PHP/MySQL-driven) CMS system or to run as a standalone site;

— multiple dictionaries on a single page and a single dictionary scattered across several pages;

— multi-editor access to the backend (ability to arrange many scenarios of the work);

— visual customization of each instance through the CSS skin;

— interface localization (even at the level of a single instance) through language files;

— ability to develop a nice traditional layout of the dictionary (known from printed issues) while maintaining advantages of computer browsing;

— and much more.

Installations of the AmDictionary PHP5 Class in real environments:

Czasopis.pl — the site of Belarusian-Polish monthly magazine,

Svoja.org — the site devoted to Podlachian language.

Current status of the project: completing the documentation and manual.

The appearance of the documentation will be announced through my Change Log (you can subscribe to it via RSS channel).

Along with the documentation, a release of the AmDictionary PHP5 Class itself will also be posted for free downloads („free” as in „freedom”).

And for the time being, you can take a tour of its features overview:

Main Controls;

More Instances;

More Control;

Database Installer.