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What's your recommended PHP Framework to use?

Laravel
Phalcon
Symfony 2
Yii Framework
Codeigniter
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What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« on: July 21, 2016, 01:27:31 AM »
What's your recommended PHP Framework to use? Yung madali sanang aralin?

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What's your recommended PHP Framework?
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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2016, 01:59:26 AM »
Actually ang hot Framework ngayon is laravel. medyo bago sya as compared with other php frameworks such as symphony and phalcon.

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2016, 01:59:56 AM »
CodeIgniter gamit namin sa office.

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #3 on: July 21, 2016, 02:18:30 AM »
Depende, yung iba gamit nila yung Phalcon tsaka yung Zend PHP. Phalcon daw kasi medyo mabilis ang response as compared sa iba. Some would resort to CakePHP kasi it allows you to create more standalone libraries in addition to reducing coupling... marami pa rin gumagamit ng Zend kasi nga maraming nag susupport sa community. malaki kasi community ng Zend e.

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #4 on: July 21, 2016, 02:20:57 AM »
Kami naman zend ang ginagamit. Although inaaral pa din namin yung Laravel kung ok sya.

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #5 on: July 21, 2016, 03:24:46 AM »
Share ko lang etong nabasa ko... i hope maliwanagan yung iba dyan. Do you agree with the list? To be honest biased ako sa CakePHP e. pero ok lang. kanya kanya naman yan e.


Development of software applications is always a complex and a time consuming process. But thanks to those high-end PHP frameworks, that developing an agile application has now become easier and faster. That much needed app maintenance and scalability is now possible with the set of these highly functional frameworks, which compiles well with all the development standards and keeps your code organized, in a way, helping your application to evolve and grow over the time.

Thus, when time constraints are a big issue and you also want a high quality app in this limited time, then it is the best to use the frameworks. These let you dedicate more of your time towards specific tasks and functionality and will result in sustainable and high quality code. So, without much ado, take a look at the list of some popular PHP frameworks. Check them out and use them to build interoperable and agile applications.

Number 1 – Laravel

Laravel is yet another brilliant PHP Framework that’s equipped with tons of interesting features including RESTful routing, native PHP or light weight tempting engine and many more. Built using several Symfony components, Laravel offers you web application an amazing foundation of reliable and well-tested code. Some other interesting features of Laravel include a powerful queue library, an amazing ORM, painless routing and a simple authentication.

Restful routing that manages all the client/server routes easily and connects resources smoothly.
Inherent Database Version control
A lightweight Blade Templating Engine that is powerfully driven by template inheritance of files having .blade.php extension. This comes under the View part of the robust MVC architecture of Laravel.
Composer – An amazing tool that lets you manage your application’s third party packages easily.
Comes bundled with Eloquent – An ORM that offers a beautifully simple Active Record implementation to work with your databases and is relatively faster than all other PHP frameworks
Built-in unit testing and simply readable impressive syntax
Larger Community catering to thousands of programming geeks and application developers
Intelligently designed to offer incredible flexibility to developers that help them create each and everything from small sites to giant enterprise applications.
Required skills – PHP and OOP knowledge Latest Stable Version – 4.1 Most Suited for – Experts
Release Date – June 11, 2011 Licensed Under- MIT

Number 2- Phalcon

Considered as one of the fastest PHP Frameworks, Phalcon has been implemented as a C extension coupled with lower resource consumption. Some of the excellent features included within this PHP Framework are translations, security, assets management, universal auto-loader and many more. You can use Phalcon for developing full MVC applications viz: single-module, multi-module and micro applications.

Exclusive Features

Learning curve is pretty easy
Easy to use ORM
Little overhead as compared to other frameworks
Native namespaces so that you can differentiate between similar class names or controllers and create bundles or modules easily.
Direct Injection that facilitates easy-to-create software which tests end to end applications.
Loosely coupled to allow developers to use the whole framework or selected objects
Neat and clean intuitive API with solid code written on powerful design patterns
Required skills – PHP 5 , OOP Latest Stable Version – 1.2.6 Most Suited for – Intermediates Release Date – 14 Nov, 2012 Licensed Under- BSD


Number 3 – Symfony 2

Available in its version 2, Symfony is an excellent PHP Framework for creating websites and web applications. It has been built on top of Symfony components such as Drupal, Ez Publish, and phpBB. With over 300,000 developers on board, Symfony has witnessed over 1,000,000 downloads till date. There have been more than 1000 code contributors for Symfony till date. Backed by a huge community of Symfony fans, it is believed that the framework will go to a whole new level in the forthcoming years..

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The most stable, sustainable and flexible 3 in 1 framework that is quickly adaptable to all your needs
Entirely Configurable with its “Dependency Injector” and “Event Dispatcher”
Can be used as a standalone micro framework (Symfony 2) without you having to reinvent the wheel and installing the entire framework
Lets you build and customize everything as per your own needs
Growing Ecosystem of expert Community, Mailing Lists and IRCs etc. and many other service companies
Extensible up to the brim and is presented as “Bundles” that are intended to add extra functionalities to the framework.
Lets you leverage the power and strength of development by allowing to validate roles and improve productivity
Apparently accessible to satiate professionals and advanced users with its amazing documentation and best practices.

Required skills – PHP 5, OOP , ORM, Console Latest Stable Version – 2.4.1 Most Suited for – Intermediates / Experts Release Date – 22nd October, 2005 Licensed Under- MIT

Number 4 – Yii Framework

Yii is a high performance feature rich framework that mainly lets you focus on the beautifulness of the code while doing the entire grunge work completely behind the scenes. A lot of things in Yii happen automatically but still the learning curve is slightly steeper.

Exclusive Features

Powerful Caching system that loads your web applications extremely fast.
Security at its best with Yii. From input validation and output filtering to SQL injection attacks and cross-site scripting (XSS) prevention, it offers everything to ensure your application is safe and secure.
Provides excellent support for writing and running both unit tests and functionality tests, which are prominently based on PHPUnit and Selenium.
There is a detailed documentation for everything if you get stuck anywhere. May it be any single method or property, everything is clearly and systematically documented.
Works fantastically well with 3rd party codes. It is designed in a way that you can even use codes from PEAR or ZEND framework into your Yii Web Application.
Has a built in authentication support that is facilitated via RBAC (Role Based Access Control).
Well integrated with JQuery and comes bundled with major Ajax enabled widgets like auto completion input field, Treeview, Data Grid etc that lets you write highly efficient and versatile UI.
Supports message translation, date and time formatting, number formatting, and interface localization.
Offers professionally clean and reusable code that follows MVC pattern.
Integrates best with both the relational and non relational databases.
Required skills –PHP5 , OOP Latest Stable Version – 1.1.14 Most Suited for – Intermediates Release Date – Dec 1, 2013 Licensed Under- BSD

Number 5 – Codeigniter

If you’re a web developer who’s in need of a simple and an elegant toolkit for creating feature-loaded and visually impressive web applications, then Codeigniter is the framework for you. Currently available in its version 2.2.1, Codeigniter comes with clear documentation. Some other interesting features of this PHP framework include nearly zero configuration, no large-scale monolithic libraries, compatibility with standard hosting, no restrictive coding rules, no need for template language and many more..

Exclusive Features

Offers incredible control in comparison to other frameworks specially Yii.
Best framework for Beginners as it is simply great and easier to learn
Exceptionally High performance and broad compatibility delivered with standard hosting
Zero configuration required to let the task easier for you
Large scale monolithic libraries that let complexity break into simplicity
Thorough maintenance
Required skills – PHP and OOP basics Latest Stable Version- 2.1.4 Most Suited for – Beginners Release Date – Feb 28,2006 Licensed Under- OSL

Number 6 – CakePHP 3.0

Considered as a contemporary framework for PHP development, CakePHP 3.0 comes loaded with remarkable features including enhanced components and helpers, improved session management, improved consistency of conventions, ORM improvements and many more. CakePHP 3.0 comes with increased modularity, allowing you to create more standalone libraries in addition to reducing coupling. Plus, there are tools like PSR-0, PSR-1 and composer which have helped in improving the interoperability..

Exclusive Features

Good code generation and scaffolding features that rapidly build prototypes to suit all your needs
No complicated XML/YAML file configurations to set up databases
Perfectly suited for commercial applications
Immense Built functionalities like Translation access, database access, caching, validation and authentication
Securing your App from antisocial elements through CSRF protection, form tampering protection, SQL injection prevention, XSS prevention,
Required skills – PHP, OOP and ability to sort out Frameworks Latest Stable Version – 2.4.5 Most Suited for – Experts Release Date – April 2005 Licensed Under- MIT

Number 7 –Zend

Considered as one of the most popular PHP Frameworks for building high performing web applications, Zend comes with cryptographic and secure coding tools which allow you to execute web app development projects in a flawless manner. Some interesting features of Zend framework include modularity, extensibility, enterprise ready and a vibrant community.

 Exclusive Features

Offers the most efficiently designed workflows and API-centric applications that deploy amazingly fast
Agile Design methodology that focuses on delivering the high quality enterprise apps
World class Cloud support on servers. No Cloud lock-in, get everything on your choice of clouds.
Inherently excellent streamlining and automation process that brings software from codes to production

The most coolest Drag and Drop editor, and unmatched front-end support (HTML, CSS and JavaScript) at your ease

Instant Online Debugging and PHP Unit testing tools to assist with codes and test case report.
Intuitively connected Database Wizard and Editable Table Viewer for exclusive database connectivity.
Required skills – PHP 5 and Expert OOP knowledge Latest Stable Version – 2.2.5 Most Suited for –Experts Release Date –March 3, 2006 Licensed Under- BSD

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #6 on: August 23, 2016, 03:13:25 AM »
mukhang di na ganun kapopular pala ang Zend Framework ano?

pero mukhang mas stable sya compared sa iba... correct me if am wrong.

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #7 on: October 20, 2016, 01:22:54 AM »
CodeIgniter gamit namin sa office.

Based sa experience  nyo po, mabilis ba ang CodeIgniter?

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #8 on: November 22, 2016, 02:31:25 AM »
CakePHP pa sa akin. ewan ko siguro mas comfortable lang ako sa structure nya.

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #9 on: November 25, 2016, 10:08:08 AM »
Zend pa rin. mas malaki ang community nya sa web for support.

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #10 on: June 12, 2017, 11:35:15 AM »
maraming bagong framework ngayon .. actually yung ibang kakilala ko more on js na ang inaaral nila. angular.js and node.js more than php. but still depende pa din sa applicaiton na gagawin mo. if you wish to coach one another .. message nyo lang ako bigyan ko kayo tutorial.

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Re: What's your recommended PHP Framework?
« Reply #11 on: June 18, 2017, 11:21:12 AM »
I'd reccomend you to use Laravel, because of it's advantages:

a framework that is easy to learn;
simple unit testing;
Composer for dependency management;
a rising star in the PHP community;
excellent Laracasts training materials (only $9 per month).

Laravel is a modern Framework for PHP Programming language to develop the Web applications. It is built by professional Web developers for the people who are very passionate about coding and want to grow with the technology with great sense of understanding on it.

Here I want to share that It was also declared the most popular PHP Framework in the year of 2013-2014 that is very important to know for the web developers who is very much interested to do a powerful coding in their own way. The only reason to create this user friendly web application by developers to provide you a better platform as they can. You can also compare the features of web application framework with others so you can get more idea about why you have to use a Laravel PHP Framework. I hope that you all will keep doing quality work on the user friendly framework like Laravel Web application and give the best work as you can using advance technology for your precious client.

 

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