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Preferred framework for REST usage?
May 22, 2013 @ 11:52:12

Over on Reddit.com recently a discussion was kicked off asking people what framework they used for REST - their tool of choice for making API creation simple.

I was wondering what people here preferred for setting up REST APIs. Specifically if they had a preferred PHP framework for setting them up. in the past I had used CodeIngiter but am looking at Laravel some recently. I don't anticipate extremely heavy usage but I'd like to easily update the framework when it has new releases without a real pain working around my models and controllers.

Several different options were mentioned in the comments including:

Do you have a favorite you use for your REST APIs? share it here!

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Link: http://www.reddit.com/r/PHP/comments/1em2ne/preferred_framework_for_rest_usage

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