I'm just coming to grips with MVC myself, and I'm trying Vork [1].

Despite not seeing much posted on the web about it, I went with it
because of needs specific to my project. I wanted something that had
built-in support for MongoDB, but which was not exclusively noSQL. I'm
in the early redesign stages of something that was procedural, so
wanted MongoDB for the fast reads/writes, and because it didn't tie me
to a complicated database/tables setup as the project evolves (I'm not
a DBA).

Like a few PHP frameworks(?) Vork uses "helpers" which seemed a
perfect place for quite a bit of my code which is designed to be
re-usable by others.

Not sure if this helps(?)



On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 12:19 AM, David Kane <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi,
> 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
> indeed.
> However, there are so many of them (
> Also, uses their own one in their PKP (public knowledge project)
> software.
> Who is using them and what for?
> David.
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