December 5, 2012

12/5, @9:33pm: https://packagist.org/packages/sofadesign/limonade →

Limonade is now available as a composer package on packagist. Thanks to Gerard Sychay for its pull request.

(Be careful, this is the master branch !)

March 30, 2012

03/30, @8:04pm: Limonade – A microframework for when you have to use PHP →

Limonade seen by a Python/Django team.

February 26, 2012

02/26, @5:27pm: Limonade website is moving… →

… on GitHub Pages

May 10, 2011

05/10, @10:00am: Lemondoo →

A nice tutorial about doing a Todo web app with Limonade.

May 6, 2011

05/6, @9:27pm: PHPBuilder.com: Building Web Apps with the Limonade PHP Framework →

April 1, 2011

04/1, @8:22am: Lemontrac bug tracker →

Angelo Rodrigues share in this post how he wrote a bug tracker with Limonade PHP.

October 16, 2010

10/16, @6:22pm:

It’s finally there with many fixes and new features since the 0.4.6. See the CHANGES file to learn more.

For those who use to work with the master branch, nothing really new but it’s a confirmation of the code stability, with an extra effort for documenting and testing the last features.

The TODO has been cleaned up and will show you more clearly what I plan for the next releases. If you want to contribute, you’re welcome ;-)

Thanks to all Limonade addicts !

— Fabrice Luraine

October 8, 2010

10/8, @4:41pm: http://github.com/sofadesign/lemons →

I want to keep Limonade core thin, only with essentials features, but what about those useful stuff we carry from project to project ? Just keep and share those lemons together in http://github.com/sofadesign/lemons ;-)

August 11, 2010

08/11, @11:59am

We need to be more specific in our READMEs and Web sites where we can and think about what a smart newcomer would want to see. We need “Getting Started” or “For Newcomers” pages that tell people exactly what to do without bending over backwards to cover edge cases or show off esoteric features. Tours that don’t take diversions. Download X. Type Y. Run code Z. Instructing, rather than showing a smorgasbord of options, from which a new, confused user would choose none. Rather than offer 5 vaguely different alternatives on a “How To Install” page, give the simplest, most generic route, then discuss the alternatives for “advanced users.” — Does Ruby Suffer From An Overabundance Of Choice? by Peter Cooper

June 22, 2010

06/22, @10:00am: Building Cloud Communication Apps with Tropo and Limonade (part 3) →