Welcome to Seme Framework

The Lightweight PHP MVC Framework

This is official documentation for Seme Framework, the PHP MVC Framework for creating small and medium app that needed for fast delivery. At first version of Seme Framework used for building API (Middle Ware) for another Application such as android, iOS, etc. And now as increasing of requirement, Seme Framework has expand the limit for creating Small and Medium App.

How Seme Framework Work?

Seme Framework working as Web Application Framework for your source code that bridging between the Web Browser and Database System. Seme Framework using Model View Controller concept for providing clean code and better programming process. Seme Framework using PHP as main programming language.

Key Feature

This framework suitable for Programmer that only know about Manual way of code. Not like this time, everything build up automatically through console. Seme Framework has taken different way of code, If you want build small app, why we need lots of library. Here is the key feature of Seme Framework:

Small but not Tiny. Seme Framework growth on SME Industries with many requirement but can suppress the hosting price.
Not Too serious. You can played with Seme Framework at your own logic. Its free and almost has no restriction to developing your solution.
Admin Friendly. Seme Framework has re-routing feature for admin page, without refactoring the MVC.
Theme Engine. Seme Framework has feature who can PUSH the content inside the layout view. Also support theming engine, if you want change the Style, you just clone the original one and modified safely.


Here is the badges of project status:

Status badges credit:

  • Continous integration (CI) by TravisCI,
  • Code coverage measurements by codecov.io, and
  • The rest measurements by sonarcloud.io.


Seme Framework licensed under MIT version 2.0.

Question and Answer

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Latest News

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