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The Credence Blog:
PHP frameworks - Which one is Most Suitable for you?
August 14, 2007 @ 07:55:00

On The Credence blog, there's a new article that's looking to help you figure out which of the major PHP frameworks should be your weapon of choice when it comes to your next project.

PHP frameworks is the newest buzz word that is spreading the PHP community due to the threat posed by the famous Ruby on rails. Now everyone seems to look like working on such frameworks. The problem with this there is so many frameworks out there with different pros and cons that it is a hectic job to choose the right one.

They have a short list of frameworks, five of them - Symfony, Prado, CakePHP, the Zend Framework and CodeIgniter - and for each list out a few quick pros and cons for their use. Be sure to check out the comments for lots of other great framework-related comments as well.

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