InfoWorld review: Fabulous PHP frameworks

Zend Framework, Symfony, CodeIgniter, CakePHP, and other PHP frameworks conquer Web development with extensive features, powerful tools, and superior ease

By Rick Grehan, InfoWorld |  Development, PHP

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  • + Easy-to-use command-line tools
  • + Excellent documentation
  • - Strict naming conventions
  • - Fewer extensions than larger frameworks
  • + Quick and easy installation
  • + Flexible; no "forced" conventions
  • - Limited features compared to others
  • - Currently no JavaScript support
  • + Well-established framework in widespread use
  • + Extensive feature set
  • - Long learning curve
  • - Requires understanding of YAML
  • +Comprehensive feature set
  • + Other frameworks actually recommend using Zend components
  • - In danger of feature creep
  • - Long learning curve

 

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