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Jonathan Snook's Blog:
CakePHP Initial Thoughts
June 15, 2006 @ 06:11:15

In a new post on his blog, Jonathan Snook modifies some of his previous comments directed toward CakePHP and bites the bullet to give it a shot.

Despite my previous proclamations, I'm not actually against the idea of using a framework (and in case you're actually not sick of hearing about it, I might have another framework post up my sleeve). But let me set that issue aside. This is really about CakePHP. And I've decided to jump in head first for this project I'm working on.

He documents his initial steps into the framework - the installation (and the suggestion for a wizard to do most of the setup for him) and his opinion on the documentation provided. The installation went smoothly, but the docs are "a little scattered" and light in some places, but the upcoming Bakery might help to fix that.

So far, so good...

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