9 Jul 2010 8:38 AM #41
13 Jul 2010 2:29 PM #42
As of now I am switching to Zend Framework because I am liking how it can be used without using the whole framework itself. For example, in one project I combined the Zend Amazon component with Kohana so I could consume the Amazon web service. I am also making a large modular based personal web app and I am finding it is easier to find people to work with because all I have to look for is Zend Framework certification. In terms of the ORM I am going to try and keep it to a minimum using Zend_Db_Table.
15 Jul 2010 8:01 PM #43
15 Jul 2010 9:27 PM #44
Zend Framework seems to work well.
Might check out Yii.
15 Jul 2010 11:53 PM #45
The other frameworks I've come across only allow one application per framework installation and hacks are needed to share them across many.
20 Jul 2010 11:53 PM #46
Symfony! It provides a very good MVC architecture, has very good performances and directly integrates ORM like propel or Doctrine.
23 Jun 2012 7:59 PM #47
I personally prefer CakePHP, because the code looks really nice and easy to me.
Symfony is also a great framework! (Ok, I have to say that, a friend of mine is core developer^^)... it really clean and also very suitable for really big projects.
Bancha - Seamless integrate CakePHP with ExtJS and Sencha Touch
15 Jan 2013 10:19 AM #48
CakePHP and Bancha