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what is the fastest way to build php projects ?

Discussion in 'PHP' started by ramysarwat, Nov 19, 2010.

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    what is the fastest way to build php projects ?
    SEMrush
    i mean to have user registration system, user and andmin control panel and functions like that
     
    ramysarwat, Nov 19, 2010 IP
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  2. Gray Fox

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    I suggest you take a look at Symfony framework screencasts, especially the admin generator. I myself use Zend framework with custom scaffold generator. Either way, a framework is a must use.
     
    Gray Fox, Nov 19, 2010 IP
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    Hi ramysarwat, you can use any php framework (opensource) to build a website,such as phpmvc,drupal,joomla...
     
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    Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress etc. are CMS's, not frameworks, learn the difference.
     
    Gray Fox, Nov 19, 2010 IP
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    As Gray Fox stated, know the difference between CMS's and frameworks.

    After three years of professional PHP development I've found CMS's to be more of a pain in the arse on big projects, you'll soon hit their limitations.
    Personally I swear by Yii and Codeignitor for big projects. (frameworks)

    It all depends on the type of project you are talking about though, if it's just a simple website - go with the right CMS for the job.
    If it's something more specific like an inventory management system, choose the right framework.
     
    Deacalion, Nov 20, 2010 IP
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    I think Codeigniter is a good lightweight framework. It's easily extensible and has a small footprint. I personally think symphony is an overkill for small to medium sized projects since it's footprint is not small. Also, symphony's learning curve is steeper than Codeigniter.
     
    helloguys12345678, Nov 20, 2010 IP