CodeIgniter is pretty good too.
Susan Teague Rector
Web Design Project Librarian
>>> Péter Király <[log in to unmask]> 11/15/10 6:54 AM >>>
I have tried several frameworks in the past (and even wrote a
home-grown one, as almost every newcommer...).
The best I can suggest you is the Zend Framework. But it depends on
your needs. If you want, you can use
Drupal as framework as well, because it provides you both the
controller (hooks, APIs), model (database API),
and view (themes/templates) layers.
2010/11/15 David Kane <[log in to unmask]>:
> I am interested to hear if anyone is using PHP MVC frameworks to help
> their code. From what I have learned, they seem to be a very good
> However, there are so many of them (http://www.phpframeworks.com/)
> Also, pkp.SFU.ca uses their own one in their PKP (public knowledge
> Who is using them and what for?
> David Kane, MLIS.
> Systems Librarian
> Waterford Institute of Technology
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