I'm 100% in agreement with Bootstrap.
My default stack is CodeIgniter, Bootstrap, jQuery/jQueryUI and a few small libraries...
On Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 1:19 PM, Tim Piele <[address removed]>
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I wrote my own MVC framework from scratch in 2010 to learn MVC hardcore but then i discovered codeigniter and haven't looked back.
It handles ajax fine, I just create separate controllers in a directory like controllers/ajax/signup.php, and just hit that with an ajax post call, and echo out json as the result in the controller...
Frameworks rock, they make your life so much easier and faster, which means more $$ in billables...
On Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 12:50 PM, Eric Harris <[address removed]>
I am messing around with CodeIgniter and I am still on the fence about using a framework. Rather than homebrewing my own.
But I am curious to know what plus' and minus' you have discovered while using it.
Also I am curious how well it works with AJAX? And even mobile (mainly thinking of responsive design and screen size degrading)?
I have been looking and playing with a few different frameworks, Yii, FuelPHP, and couple other smaller frameworks.
Any other highly recommended frameworks to look at?
Thank you all.
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