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Utah PHP Users Group:
CodeIgniter - the PHP answer?
March 21, 2006 @ 07:03:45

With all of the frenzy in the PHP community surrounding the issue of frameworks, more and more articles on the subject are showing up - including this new post from the Utah PHP User Group site, a look at CodeIgniter.

We all like the productivity of Ruby on Rails but most PHP frameworks don't seem to be quite right - some are too complex, some not stable enough, some not supported by ISP's, etc. I've now tried most of them and my conclusion was to follow the "stupidly simple MVC" series to just write my own code in a simple way but with some structure.

But I noticed several posters to that blog series mentioned Codeigniter as a great way to go with sort of the same philosophy. And today it was mentioned in Planet PHP. So I checked it out today, Wow! - it is really, really nice.

John Taber, author of the article, shares his opinions on the framework mentioning its simplicity and flexibility. He also briefly makes reference to a "simplicity similarity" to the Zend Framework.

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