For my clients' site, I followed Lerdorf's
of no-framework PHP MVC framework, relying on periodic
updates from php.net
PHP isn't only language being used though, there are a bunch of bash,python and perl scripts that are leveraged to accomplish tasks.
being used to expose file assets.
Database is MySQL without stored
procedures.�� // My alternative choice would have to be postgresql
I personally enjoy this setup. Maybe your team will too.
I guess your decision will be influenced by sense of urgency of
deliverable, and the kind of content the team is tasked to expose -
structured vs unstructured etc
I would advise your team to adopt html5 and css3 concepts early on, to
be ready for any future updates to the web-standards
On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 11:33 AM, Scott McCarty <[address removed]>
Hey guys, I have been following this list for a while, but this is my first
post. I have a question, what are your thoughts on Drupal vs. Joomla for a
CMS/Framework? Is it worth taking some time to learn both?
Which do you like better and why?
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