Many, many years ago I created an MVC framework for PHP called RabbitPHP (I still love the name and it did predate RabbitMQ). It was essentially a copy of Rails for PHP. I took a few open source libraries for PHP and kind of bundled them together and wrote some glue code for it.

I spent quite a bit of time on it, even had a website and a few contributors. However, I moved on from PHP after a while and quit working on it and started working with Grails. Now it is relinquished to the depths of the wayback machine.


However, there seems to be a new RabbitPHP with similar goals. Not sure if I was the inspiration or if it’s just coincidence.

Modern RabbitPHP

Kerry Wilson
AWS Certified IQ Expert | Cloud Architect

Coming from a development background, Kerry’s focus is on application development, infrastructure and security automation, and applying agile software development practices to IT operations in the cloud.