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CloudFusion is a fast, powerful PHP toolkit for building web applications with Amazon Services. The software is very well documented and is under ongoing development.


Submitted By: Ryan Parman
AWS Products Used: Amazon Associates Web Service
Language(s): PHP
License: New BSD
Source Control Access:
Created On: February 7, 2009 12:17 AM GMT
Last Updated: September 29, 2010 12:45 AM GMT
Build awesome, cloud-based web applications in a fraction of the time!

* Fast, powerful PHP toolkit with an easy to learn, consistent API.
* Highly extensible framework for easily adding new services.
* Ridiculously thorough API reference, code samples and tutorials.

CloudFusion supports Amazon Product Advertising API. Support for Rackspace Cloud is currently being evaluated.


great kit, great support
I've been using this library for almost a year with good success. The developer is active, knowledgeable, and helpful, and the community is friendly and growing.
thinkeryllc on September 8, 2009 11:32 PM GMT
Best Library for Product Advertising API on PHP
If you're a PHP programmer wanting to do some rapid development with the Amazon Product Advertising API, look no further. Tarzan is a great library that takes care of all the nuances and will save you tons of time and effort. If you ever run into any issues or would like to make feature suggestions, Ryan Parman is very responsive and active in the discussion group. He is always more than glad to answer questions and even provide sample code.
Jorge on September 3, 2009 11:44 AM GMT
Examples listed in the documentation
Nearly every single method in the library has usage examples listed in the documentation. On top of that, the next major version is going to have even more thorough docs and examples.
Ryan Parman on August 19, 2009 1:13 AM GMT
Mixed Bag
This _looks_ like it might be useful, but I havent found any sample code using it.. just the classes. That would be helpful for someone who doesnt know everything there is to know about the Product Advertising API.
visualthinkers on August 17, 2009 2:54 AM GMT
Tarzan: King of the AWS jungle
After not working with AWS for several years, I recently took the plunge back into it and happened upon Tarzan during a Google search. A week into it, having focused on the S3 functions, I can't begin to express how thrilled I am with it. The documentation is outstanding and I've been able to apply the functions to all the use cases I settled on when I started -- and several more I hadn't imagined. Can't wait to start working with the other services using Tarzan!
Michael on August 9, 2009 4:57 AM GMT
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