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Alex Netkachov's Blog:
Zend, Prado, ASP.NET. Which framework is the best?
May 15, 2008 @ 08:48:42

In his latest blog entry, Alex Netkachov asks a question that has been wondered hundreds of times over - "which framework is best?" (though, to be fair, his is limited to three choices - Zend, Prado and ASP.NET).

I've been asked on the forum about my preferences in frameworks and I wrote a few thoughts about it.

These comments include the fact that eighty percent of his code is not in frameworks, that the Zend Framework is the more flexible of the group and that the right tools, methods and language structure is the real key to making for successful software development.

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