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Thread: PHP developers, which framework do you find works best with ExtJS?

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    I'm afraid that all you're going to get in response is a run-down of the latest PHP frameworks.

    Besides ...
    PHP is not Zen.
    PHP, the Zen does not know.
    The Zen knows Perl.
    Perl is Zen.
    He said, grabbing his umbrella and his armored bunny-suit and hurrying for the exit...

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    Zend, not zend.

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    zen-peace ? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zen
    i create my own framework.

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    kohana 3 (KO3)

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    Ah, Michael, Kohana is a very nice framework, a good community.

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    yes, and a very good , and most important- clean & simple framework.
    ping me if you'll need any help with it ( from app architecture to setting up Ext-Direct ).

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    Helma

    http://helma.org

    Or this is another good one

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    I'm going to look at CodeIgniter 2.0 when that is released. I will also take a look at some of the others mentioned here.

    Thanks for the thread.

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    +1 for rolling your own. Unfortunately I'm stuck with the schema I was dealt and I found most frameworks don't account for that very easily. It was pretty trivial to create a request router in PHP to get RESTful URL's that map to php classes methods. With a request router and basic database abstraction/query generator, data validation, access control, and json_encode what do you need a huge framework for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carl23934 View Post
    +1 for rolling your own. Unfortunately I'm stuck with the schema I was dealt and I found most frameworks don't account for that very easily. It was pretty trivial to create a request router in PHP to get RESTful URL's that map to php classes methods. With a request router and basic database abstraction/query generator, data validation, access control, and json_encode what do you need a huge framework for?
    The wheel is a great invention. why would you re-invent it.

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