From: Nilesh Govindarajan on 27 Mar 2010 01:45
On 03/27/2010 09:58 AM, Vishal Rewari wrote:
> Dear PHP community,
> I am vishal, I have recently started development in PHP
> I have come across these PHP frameworks:
> 1. Codeigniter
> 2. Symphony
> 3. CakePHP
> 4. PEAR
> Please guide me which one of them is *good in performance ? available
> functionality ? Easy to use and configure* or the one you would recommend
> according to your experience.
> My DB is MySQl, or should I stick to native call from PHP?
Since you're new to PHP, you should not directly start off with
frameworks. I agree, using frameworks makes the job infinite times
easier, but as a learning point of view, you should first try to build
some applications (not to sell or freelance!) from scratch without using
any frameworks. You can of course use minimal PEAR packages.
This way you will get a lot to know how to write efficient PHP code. Yes
this will take time, but in future you may be one of the best developers
coding PHP out there !
Lastly, PEAR isn't a framework, though combining various packages out
there you can make one :)
First try Zend, its the easiest to use as far I've seen.
I have tried Symfony too, but I found it a little tougher to start with.
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