Discussion in 'Programming' started by ifuturz, Jun 4, 2012.
How many frameworks available in PHP?
We have no desire to count them and no matter what number you put to the frameworks, your information can be outdated very soon.
I didn't know the exactly count that how many framework will produce in PHP. Even though there is not an single information regarding framework. You don't have any limitation to work with the framework.
There is a lot, that specialize in various areas, what exactly is it you were after or do you generally want to know how many actively supported frameworks they are out there which would be very difficult (but not impossible) to find out.
One important thing to consider when choosing a framework, is its database access layer and implementation of models. Having a solid DAL will let you develop a great deal faster and grow your features in a consistent manner.
Check out Symfony. It uses Doctrine and provides a solid ORM. Has a ton of other really useful features too that other frameworks lack and it uses more PHP 5 features.
Personally, I use 1.11 Zend Framework at work, but I no longer recommend it for quite a few reasons.
I know 10 frameworks which is best:
There are many PHP frameworks in the market, each framework has its own strengths and weaknesses.
You can use any framework you like but Yii framework is considered a best for PHP development. Yii framework has Gii tool, which allows the developers to quickly create code, by decreasing the application development time and Yii can also develop a secure application.
FuelPHP is best PHP framework.
There are different frameworks in PHP, but Laravel is also one of them but it is simple and small yet extremely powerful IDE. It supports rapid application development. Some features of Laravel
Inherent Database Version control
A lightweight Blade Template Engine
Built-in unit testing and simply readable impressive syntax
Large community of developers or programmers
Intelligently designed to offer incredible flexibility to developers that help them create each and everything from small sites to giant enterprise applications.
Separate names with a comma.