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what is the best php framework ?

Discussion in 'PHP' started by ramysarwat, Nov 20, 2010.

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    what is the best php framework ?
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    ramysarwat, Nov 20, 2010 IP
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  2. Silph

    Silph Peon

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    I use code igniter which i think is awesome, i cant speak for others though as I've only had a quick peek at them.
     
    Silph, Nov 21, 2010 IP
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    In my view: Code igniter and Cake Php is the best. Zend is a good one. I hate Symfony

    but why dont you try to create your own framework. Not too hard but it takes time. That is the best, seriously
     
    namduong8889, Nov 21, 2010 IP
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    #4
    This question is asked way too many times, and it's flawed.

    Would you use a spoon to brush your teeth? No, why not? because it's not suited to the job.

    The same thing goes for frameworks - I would not use CakePHP for a project that demanded speed, instead I'd use Yii.
    Then again I would not use Yii for a project that needed to be portable, I'd use CodeIgnitor.
     
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    #5
    Top 10 Hot PHP Frameworks
    1 Yii
    2 CodeIgniter
    3 CakePHP
    4 Zend
    5 Symfony
    6 PHPDevShell
    7 Prado
    8 Akelos
    9 QPHP
    10 ZooP
    Hope it will help
     
    cash2012, Nov 21, 2010 IP
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    #6
    For me it's Symfony, but as Deacalion said it's really dependant on the project. I'm building something quite lightweight at the moment so I've built a custom MVC framework which doesn't have all the usual bells and wistles a fully fledged framework will have.
     
    mfscripts, Nov 22, 2010 IP
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    its totally depends on the application you are going to develop.
    but if you are starter with PHP and and want to learn, then go with Cake PHP, CI or Smarty..

    best of luck...
     
    xpertdev, Nov 22, 2010 IP
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    #8
    No one is the best php framework ^__^

    For beginner, try any framework you like or have book, friend using it,... so you can get any help quickly.
     
    tnd8, Nov 22, 2010 IP
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    in my opinion it would be CodeIgniter they have easy to understand manual and simple. But you better try them all and see which one is best suited for you
     
    ZoomRumble, Nov 22, 2010 IP
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    According to me joomla is best framework becouse in this frameworkk we can make site easily and fast also maintain the quality.
     
    salmanshekh, Nov 23, 2010 IP