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Alvin Ashcraft's Blog:
Codeigniter - I like PHP again!
June 18, 2009 @ 12:07:51

Thanks to a certain PHP framework, Alvin Ashcraft has rediscovered something - he likes PHP again! He talks about his experience with CodeIgniter in this recent post to his blog.

By saying that I would be taking on this [project] myself, I mean the back end, after all my designing skills are very limited and I had given up on creating nice UI long time ago. Will, the UI dude would be making this thing look nice. So after accepting the project, I had started reading on what is going on with PHP, and guess what, there have been some incredible things that were released since I last worked on PHP. Which should not be a surprise, progress can't be stopped, just me with my deep submersion into .Net stayed completely oblivious to this part of coding. This is how I found Codeigniter.

He talks about the enjoyable experience he had using and developing with the framework, the documentation included, the community around it and how fast it let him develop his app.

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