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Old 3rd February 2007, 10:56
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Now, I interest PHP framework. I hope it can help me build web application to easy and quickly.

How about your experience about PHP framework.

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Personally, I'm not using a PHP framework or IDE. I'm doing it the old-fashioned way with my text editor.
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Old 4th February 2007, 16:15
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Hi falko.
Personally,I have the way same you. I coding PHP in notepad++ and use Dreamweaver for build templates. But some time I need to decrease development time for more job and it must easy to maintenance.

I interest in cakePHP, Any body have experience about cakePHP?.

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I'd suggest:
Zend Framework... at this moment in alpha, but they are working hardly to get the version 1.
Symphony Project... stable, powerfuland and very easy to learn
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if you have php 5.2.x installed then zend framework is the way to go. if you have an older version i prefer cake.
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ZendFramework++
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Well, I juste use Konqueror and Kate
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Zend Framework... I don't like any others...

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My choice is Drupal
Also here is very good IDE for it: Codelobster
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