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Favorite PHP Framework?

Discussion in 'PHP & Perl' started by AdGate, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. AdGate

    AdGate Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'm currently using CodeIgniter for most of my projects. It's been pretty good so far, mainly because it's pretty lightweight. Can anyone recommend other frameworks that work well for them?
     
  2. nod43

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    I've been using codeigniter and cakephp for awhile now, just recently started using yii and definetly reccomend it.
     
  3. seorank

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    zend seems to be the most wanted by large companies
     
  4. Xp3r7

    Xp3r7 Regular Member

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    Yii Framework.
    Try it and you'll love it!
     
  5. ub3rst4r

    ub3rst4r Junior Member

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    None. The native language is good enough for me.
     
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    Cake is good, Zend just has such a steep learning curve I ended up giving up! LOL
     
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    Yii for me too.
    Very clean and has a good community.
     
  8. Superconservativenes

    Superconservativenes Registered Member

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    For most small projects I don't use frameworks, but for big/important/official projects I use Laravel. It's not as popular as Cakephp or Zend, but I love it.
     
  9. luke90

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    Is it recommended to use an framework ? I like the native language.
     
  10. blakov

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    One point for Yii from me too.
    Recommended!
     
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    I've been using codeigniter for a while and like it a lot but I'd stay away from using framework all the time. The ease of syntax will soon make me forget the native. I don't think it's a good outcome
     
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    For all frameworks i recommend to use free PHP IDE Codelobster PHP Edition with special plug-ins for installation, auto complete, context help and etc.