Re: [php-337] what is the best MVC frame work

From: Leona R.
Sent on: Sunday, October 7, 2012 10:02 PM
I agree. And you need to put your time in and learn to understand the code not just cut and past so when you do use frame work you know what you are doing.
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Hey guys, I like using CodeIgniter, like Kenny said. 

Kenny, the only thing I have to disagree on is that if you want to learn
PHP quickly, you said to learn CodeIgniter, but that sounds like
CodeIgniter is a substitute for PHP to me. Maybe I interpreted that
wrong, LOL, but for anyone who wants to learn PHP, they need to learn
PHP, not CodeIgniter. Once you get good at PHP, then move onto
CodeIgniter.

Also, for those of you like Drupal, and I am a Wordpress person, Drupal
8 will be using Symphony, so once you have a grasp for PHP, learn
Symphony if you plan to upgrade your Drupal sites.

I never heard of Laravel, so I will look into it.

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> Subject: Re: [php-337] what is the best MVC frame work
> From: Josh Kehn <[address removed]>
> Date: Sat, October 06,[masked]:19 pm
> To: [address removed]
> 
> 
> Not a bad breakdown.
> 
> Personally, what little I write in PHP nowadays (legacy code, client work, and some one-off simple stuff) gets based off of CodeIgniter.
> 
>  - Ridiculously simple to use
>  - Fast for a LAMP stack
>  - Minimal “do-it-this-way” conventions 
>  
> I haven't tried Symfony (or Symfony 2) but speed wise I don't think it comes close to CI.
> 
> > If you want to want learn something applicable to the future, forget PHP, and learn Javascript/nodejs/ex­press.
> 
> 
> Now this is an interesting tack. Ditch everything and start writing a bunch of JS. Don't get me wrong, there are great uses for node. Primary application development isn't something I would suggest though.
> 
> Best,
> 
> –Josh
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> On Oct 6, 2012, at 9:05 PM, Kenny Katzgrau <[address removed]> wrote:
> 
> > If you don't know anything, learn PHP.
> > 
> > If you want to learn how to build something in PHP quick, learn CodeIgniter.
> > 
> > If you want to learn how to build something in PHP quickly and correctly, use Laravel.
> > 
> > If you want to want learn something applicable to the future, forget PHP, and learn Javascript/nodejs/ex­press.
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> > <flame_war>
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> > On Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 9:00 PM, Andrew wrote:
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> >>  
> >> Hey you guys which framework do you think is better
> >> CodeIgniter, Zend or Symfony
> >> I am hearing Symfony is the best because it gives you more tailored code
> >> And most of the time you would have to use CodeIgniter and Zend together because its libraries are somewhat limited
> >> Is that true???
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