Re: [dotnet-120] PHP Frameworks Suggestions

From: Eric David B.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 13, 2009 1:16 AM
Hi Josh,
 
Try Vork (http://www.Vork.us), most people who like CodeIgnitor love Vork.
 
Good luck,
 
Eric
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Sent: Monday, October 12,[masked]:57 PM
Subject: Re: [dotnet-120] PHP Frameworks Suggestions

This is an old discussion, but I just came across this blog, that may be of some use
On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 6:02 AM, Josh <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi Guys,

I wanted to throw this out there and get some feedback.

I'm currently looking for a PHP Framework (for cost reasons) to use on a side project.  I've been using ASP.Net for 6+ years now, so I have a good understanding of that framework.  Ideally I would look for something that is similar to ASP.Net, but it may not be suggested...who knows??

I looked at the following sites:


The first one to catch my attention was PHPWork (formerly QPHP).  It was modeled after ASP.Net, and seems to be not as bloated as the other frameworks.
I am also looking at CakePHP and CodeIgniter.

I'm leaning towards PHPWork...but does anybody have thoughts, suggestions, preferences, etc?

- Josh

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