I decided to create a framework that would follow PHP's original 'problem solving' approach. Extensive use of keywords to get what you want instead of object methods... Well, in truth - it works on objects and methods, but I made it in a way that it's accessible from keyworded (global) functions as well.

For example, to create a controller and a view that would show all the posts from the database:

PHP Code:
class Home extends Controller
{
    public function 
index($request)
    {
        
$data['posts'] = find('posts');
        
render('showposts'$data);
    }

With filters, for example:

PHP Code:
class Home extends Controller
{
    public function 
index($request)
    {
        
$data['posts'] = find('posts', array('author' => 'maya'));
        
render('showposts'$data);
    }

With a result limit

PHP Code:
class Home extends Controller
{
    public function 
index($request)
    {
        
$data['posts'] = find('posts'null10);
        
render('showposts'$data);
    }

And in the view

PHP Code:
<? foreach($posts->loop() as $post): ?>
<h1><?=$post->subject?></h1>
<? endforeach; ?>
I also made a pretty way of manually handling relationships in the database.

PHP Code:
class Home extends Controller
{
    public function 
index($request)
    {
        
$data['posts'] = find('posts');
        
$data['posts'] = combine($data['posts'], 'id''comments''post_id');
        
render('showposts'$data);
    }

and in the view it would be:

PHP Code:
<? foreach($posts->loop() as $post): ?>
<h1><?=$post->subject?></h1>
    <? foreach($post['comments']->loop() as $comment): ?>
    <h1><?=$comment->text?></h1>
    <? endforeach; ?>
<? 
endforeach; ?>
I made a 5 mins video of it in action (excuse the clumsiness, I'm tired. )

http://serialize.us/fw/fw.html


Tell me what you think of this kind of work flow, please! I actually really like it. I have been making frameworks for a while not to mention have used codeigniter, cake and symfony in the past, but for some reason I really like this new way here.