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Jani Hartikainen's Blog:
Doctrine vs. Propel 2009 update
May 19, 2009 @ 11:55:40

Jani Hartikainen takes a look at two of the major PHP ORM libraries in this new post - Propel and Doctrine.

The best PHP ORM libraries, Doctrine and Propel. Last year I compared them to each other, and now it's time to get a fresh look at how they have advanced in about a year - Is Doctrine still the better of the two? This time, I'll also look at the features of each in more depth.

He goes through some of the features (basic and advanced), how easy they are to use and their connections to the database. His personal preference? Doctrine works better for his needs.

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