I've been using CodeIgniter for the past few months. It's simple, relatively elegant and forgiving if you end up not doing things "their way". I'm quite happy with it. It's also relatively lightweight.
The cleverest thing I found was a 3rd-party extension (or maybe just a simple technique) to allow you to call your application from the command line. Useful in terms of writing cron jobs that needed to reuse the same components as the web application.
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On Nov 15, 2010, at 6:19 AM, David Kane wrote:
> I am interested to hear if anyone is using PHP MVC frameworks to help with
> their code. From what I have learned, they seem to be a very good idea
> However, there are so many of them (http://www.phpframeworks.com/)
> Also, pkp.SFU.ca uses their own one in their PKP (public knowledge project)
> Who is using them and what for?
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