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  • How to choose the right PHP Framework?

    Hi!

    I'm a PHP Pro, but haven't use any PHP framework till now, so I have no clue on
    how to choose a PHP framework. Do you have some tips to help me choose the/a right PHP Framework?

    I want a stable and secure PHP framework for Projects with about 400 hours development time.
    It should be possible to use the framework on Shared-Hosting-Webservers.
    I don't need some AJAX support (I'm using extJS).
    It would be nice if the framework supports Rapid Application Development
    and object-relational mapping.

    Also some of the standard-functions (Authentification, form validation) would
    be nice. Caching would be a usefull, but isn't needed.

    Needs for a PHP framework:
    - Shared-Hosting-Webserver-Support
    - for Projects between 200 und 400 hours work
    - Developing Modell "Rapid Application Development" supported
    - object-relational mapping supported
    If possible:
    - Caching
    - Already finished Modules (e.g. Authentification, form validation, ..)
    - Easy to learn


    Which PHP framework is the right one I am seeking for?

    thx
    Wallace
    Last edited by eUK.Ben; 20-03-2012, 12:48. Reason: removed link

  • #2
    Hi,

    For your requirement you can surely choose CodeIgniter (CI) framework.
    You will get Authentication, form validation etc modules in Helper References.
    It's a secure framework. For more security you can change the directory structures and names. Help for this available in forum.

    compared CI with other PHP frameworks ,it's
    1. Easy to setup and install.
    2. Easy and flexible.
    3. Lots of help data available.
    4. Fast to execute.

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    • #3
      Well, I am not too sound technically but as far as I know, the best option is to check what PHP framework is recommended by the scripts or applications you are looking forward to install or host on the hosting plan or server and use it only.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Catherine View Post
        Well, I am not too sound technically but as far as I know, the best option is to check what PHP framework is recommended by the scripts or applications you are looking forward to install or host on the hosting plan or server and use it only.
        What are the comprable applications besides php?

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        • #5
          PHP has risen significantly after Facebook’s success but i still feel that asp.net is better overall..
          Last edited by seemasinghal; 14-03-2012, 12:04. Reason: editing

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          • #6
            Even though this is an old thread, as it has been revived....

            Personally, I think as long as you've got time to learn the PHP Framework that you finally choose properly then I would recommend something like CodeIgnitor.

            However, this is quite, what I would term, a 'full on' PHP framework - it will likely be overly complicated and not worth the overhead for a basic project. But a medium to high complexity project and it should definitely be worth the time spent learning it and the extra resources .
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            • #7
              Before you can decide on a framework for your project you should first understand its needs, its requirements, and a little about the development team working behind the scenes. There are three main questions to ask yourself before going forward:

              What’s the primary focus of your application?
              What will your hosting environment be?
              What are the strengths and weaknesses of the developer(s)?

              (Copied from http://mashable.com/2011/06/23/best-php-frameworks/)
              Last edited by eUK.Ben; 02-07-2012, 09:17.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by chrisluger20 View Post
                Before you can decide on a framework for your project you should first understand its needs, its requirements, and a little about the development team working behind the scenes. There are three main questions to ask yourself before going forward:

                What’s the primary focus of your application?
                What will your hosting environment be?
                What are the strengths and weaknesses of the developer(s)?

                (Copied from http://mashable.com/2011/06/23/best-php-frameworks/)
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ben Stones View Post
                  "How to get banned"

                  Congrats .
                  lol.

                  Originally posted by DPS Computing View Post
                  Even though this is an old thread, as it has been revived....

                  Personally, I think as long as you've got time to learn the PHP Framework that you finally choose properly then I would recommend something like CodeIgnitor.

                  However, this is quite, what I would term, a 'full on' PHP framework - it will likely be overly complicated and not worth the overhead for a basic project. But a medium to high complexity project and it should definitely be worth the time spent learning it and the extra resources .
                  CodeIgniter is simple to learn compared to other options you have. If you're developing a small-medium or larger application, a PHP framework is the way to go - it makes application development quicker and more convenient as a developer.

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                  • #10
                    Re: How to choose the right PHP Framework?

                    Originally posted by ReeceUK View Post
                    lol.



                    CodeIgniter is simple to learn compared to other options you have. If you're developing a small-medium or larger application, a PHP framework is the way to go - it makes application development quicker and more convenient as a developer.
                    I've used CodeIgniter before. It is indeed one of the easier, full-featured PHP frameworks. I'd definitely recommend anyone looking at a framework to give CodeIgniter a try.

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                    • #11
                      Re: How to choose the right PHP Framework?

                      Originally posted by eUK.Ben View Post
                      "How to get banned"

                      Congrats .
                      That was good advice he had given, but rather stupid to copy and paste it here. No one likes to see their work stolen and added to a forum or other website. It is a good idea to get rid of people like this.

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