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December 8, 2006, 5:08 am
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frameworks, but for the purpose of this question I think I have no
For years I've been designing all my web pages in Java, and have been
refusing pretty much all PHP contracts untill now. I'd like to start
taking a deeper look at PHP's potential, so here is my question:
For all my Java projects I've been using a layout framework called
SiteMesh. Similar in nature to Struts' own Tiles project.
I prefer by a huge margin to work with SiteMesh over the others due to
its extreme simplicity and efficiency!
What are the equivalent PHP layout frameworks available (ordered by
simplicity of use)!
Re: PHP Frameworks...
That's a great list.
If you ever tried coding in ruby on rails, you'd be quite impressed with
what is possible to do.
For example, the scaffolding system is quite impressive :
This is how to create the start of a blog with scaffolding. 4 lines in one
file, 2 in another one, and the job is done.
CakePHP is used by someone at works, and he said he never saw something that
I can't this is best than any other one since I didn't try, I can at least tell
you a lot of people use it for its simplicity, documentation, and community.