Product Support Articles List

Having an issue with one of my products or want to learn all the features? This is your stop.

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Coral v1.2.0

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Coral 2

Coral v2.0.0

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Current Stable Releases

Below is a list of all current stable release for all products

Application Support Timeline

Product Version Build Date Support End Date
Code Canyon Coral CC 1.2.0 29 July 2021 30 July 2024

For Slim 3 based applications, you can find the version number either from within the support menu in the application itself or in the changelog.txt file in the app folder

Frameworks I use

All of my custom applications are built on one of two frameworks.

Slim 3

A PHP micro-framework that doesn't get in the way!

All of my smaller applications and APIs are built on the Slim v.3 PHP framework. Slim is fast, flexible, and non-opinionated. It gives me ultimate flexibility to build just about anything. What this means for you, is a lightweight, low-space application that responds quickly.

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CodeIgniter 4

A lightweight yet powerful framework to get it done!

All of my larger web applications utilize the CodeIgniter v.4 framework. It has all the essentials to create powerful and scalable web applications and the code just makes sense. Laravel and Symfony are fine for some things, but in most cases CI v4 is the right choice.

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PHP 8 is Required

PHP version eight brings numerous performance improvements and features to all PHP applications. Due to this, all future versions of my applications beyond Coral 1.2.x require it. Version 8.0 was released November 26, 2020, and most hosting providers, even shared ones, have easy upgrade options to enable it.

The Take Away

Make sure you read the minimum requirements for my applications before buying. If your host does not provide an easy way to upgrade your PHP installation, then it might be time to find a better host!

How to verify

From a shell prompt run php --version or create an empty file on your host with the following code in it: <?php phpinfo();. Be sure to delete this file when you are finished for security reasons.