I've played with Symfony, and like what I see. I even own the Apress
book. I'm certainly not saying Zend is better than framework X. My
question is, will knowing it give you an edge in an interview for a PHP
job v. something else? That I'm not so certain about. What is pretty
clear is the PHP developers will use frameworks more extensively in the
future to stay competitive with other languages used in Web development.
What they use will is unknown. What they are using is observable. I
would be happy, though, to see the market pick a definitive winner.
David Cloutman <[log in to unmask]>
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Marin County Free Library
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Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] PHP Frameworks: An informal survey.
Cloutman, David wrote:
> This morning I was curious to see how the battle for domination
> PHP frameworks was shaping up, and which one was most economically
> sensible for a developer with limited time to learn. I thought I'd
> my results with the list, as this may be of interest to some of you.
I found this post and comments to be of value:
FWIW I have been working with symfony (to the exclusion of other
framewords) for... about a year now, I think? I'm very pleased,
particularly with the amount of new functionality that's come with each
of the major new releases (1.1 and 1.2)
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