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PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report February 2016 Edition - November 2015 nominees

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This is the February edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the outstanding features of all the past month nominees and winners PHP and JavaScript packages, the prizes that the authors earned, starting with the nominees from the month of November 2015.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn why the nominated packages were considered to be innovative, as well the current rankings of the Innovation Award Championship by author and by country.




Introduction

This is the latest podcast hangout episode on the PHP Innovation Award  and the JavaScript Innovation Award about the nominees of November 2015. We comment only on past nominees to avoid influencing the voting results. This way we are only talking of packages published already in November. The nominees of November were voted on December. In January the results were announced.

Listen to the audio recording, or Watch the hangout video below.

PHP Innovation Award 2014 Trophies and elePHPant prize

JavaScript Innovation Award Winners of November 2015 (00:20)

RankClassAuthorScorePointsPrize
1JavaScript Include
Dynamically load JS, HTML and CSS in a Web page
Christian VighFrance60.00%3One year server license IP to country, region, city, latitude, longitude, ZIP code, time zone, area code database
2jQuery Script Parameters
Retrieve the parameters of script tag parameters
Christian VighFrance20.00%2
2JS Parameters Transmitter
Send form parameter data via AJAX PUT or POST
Vallo ReimaEstonia20.00%2One book of choice by Packt

JavaScript Innovation Award Rankings of 2015 (4:37)

Award Winners by Author of 2015

RankAuthorPackagesPoints
1Andras TothHungary623
2Suresh KumarIndia413
3Jackson KnowltonUnited States310
4Christian VighFrance49
5Stephen ChapmanAustralia28
5Arturs SosinsLatvia38
5Diego La MonicaItaly28
8Dusan BoskicSerbia27
8Gianluca ZanferrariThe Netherlands17
10Franz Josef BrünnerAustria26

Award Winners by Country of 2015

RankCountryPackagesPoints
1HungaryHungary623
2IndiaIndia620
3FranceFrance719
4United StatesUnited States411
5AustraliaAustralia28
5LatviaLatvia38
5ItalyItaly28
8SerbiaSerbia27
8The NetherlandsThe Netherlands17
10BrazilBrazil16

PHP Innovation Award Winners of November 2015 (8:51)

RankClassAuthorScorePointsPrize
1PHP Telegram CLI Wrapper
Send messages and other commands to Telegram users
Joseluis LasoSpain29.41%16One book of choice by Packt
2PHP Ghost Crypt
Encrypt PHP code and generate self decrypting code
Nick DanielsUnited States11.76%15
3Xaja Notifier
Notify user browsing a site in real time with AJAX
Ettore MorettiItaly8.82%14
3Basic PHP Physics
Solve common physics equations and display results
Daniel Alan Guerrero MatamorosMexico8.82%14One downloadable copy of PhpED Professional
3PHP dotGo Engine
Interact with SMS messages sent to your site
Dave SmithUnited States8.82%14One copy of the Zend Studio
6File Entity
Store and retrieve objects in encrypted files
Aleksandar ZivanovicSerbia5.88%11PhpStorm IDE personal permanent license
6PHP Database Variable Store
Store variable names and values in MySQL database
Christian VighFrance5.88%11One downloadable copy of CodeLobster Professional
6PHP DLC CCF RSDF Container Decrypt
Extract links from dlc, ccf and rsdf containers
Jan AltensenGermany5.88%11One subscription to the PDF edition of the PHP Architect magazine
6Stackable PHP Session Handler
Store session data with multiple session handlers
Colin McKinnonUnited Kingdom5.88%11One year server license IP to country, region, city, latitude, longitude, ZIP code, time zone, area code database
10USDA PHP Nutritional Products Database Wrapper
Retrieve nutritional data from USDA database
Dave SmithUnited States2.94%7
10PHP Emoji
Render Emoji Unicode text characters with images
Maicon gonçalezBrazil2.94%7One downloadable copy of Komodo IDE
10PHP PDF Table Generation
Generate tables in PDF documents from array data
Luciano SalvinoArgentina2.94%7SourceGuarding PHP encoder tool
13PHP ASP.NET WebForms
Emulation of ASP.NET WebForms engine in PHP
Aleksey NemiroRussian Federation<1.00%4
13PHP Request Parameter Options
Process request parameters assuming default values
Vallo ReimaEstonia<1.00%4
13PHP XML Remove Spaces
Trim spaces from XML tag values
Thiago Augustus OliveiraBrazil<1.00%4
13noSQL Packages
Manage the approval of packages stored in files
Dave SmithUnited States<1.00%4

PHP Innovation Award Rankings of 2015 (24:35)

Award Winners by Author of 2015

RankAuthorPackagesPoints
1Dave SmithUnited States16143
2Matthew KnowltonUnited States453
3Samuel AdeshinaNigeria552
4Joseluis LasoSpain343
5Dmitry MamontovRussian Federation442
6Nick DanielsUnited States333
7Jan AltensenGermany429
8Till WehowskiGermany428
9Alexander SelifonovRussian Federation226
9Ghali AhmedTunisia326

Award Winners by Country of 2015

RankCountryPackagesPoints
1United StatesUnited States28257
2Russian FederationRussian Federation15116
3IndiaIndia1193
4SpainSpain776
5NigeriaNigeria872
6FranceFrance866
7GermanyGermany962
8ItalyItaly336
8EgyptEgypt436
10BrazilBrazil635

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