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JsPHP is a cross-browser JavaScript library designed to make the PHP application programming interface (API) available in JavaScript environments. It was started by Kevin van Zonneveld as php.js and released as an open-source project in 2008. In late 2011 John Elliot forked the php.js project to JsPHP and released a web-based collaborative integrated development environment (IDE) at in an effort to rejuvenate and breathe new life into the project, and as an excuse to develop a content management system (CMS) with features for software developers, such as unit testing and benchmarking.

JsPHP is free, open source software, dual-licensed under the MIT License or the GNU General Public License, Version 2. JsPHP is designed to provide a familiar and powerful programming interface for JavaScript programmers with a background in, or integrating with, PHP. JsPHP is a useful supplement to other JavaScript libraries and can be used in Ajax applications and dynamic web pages and web applications.