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Jackson Miller's Blog:
Two Years Ago...
November 16, 2005 @ 06:38:52

In this latest blog post today, Jackson Miller talks about the lack of a good framework for the PHP community, especially in light of what Zend is up to.

Two years ago today Marcus and I released the very first version of CEP on SourceForge (CEP is no longer in development). Web application development has come a long way in two years. [...] Yet somehow, there is still not a really solid PHP development framework.

That may be harsh, there are plenty of decent projects out there for PHP, but none seem to have much community support.

He briefly mentions some of his experience with Symfony (unfortunately not favorible for his needs). He also makes a comment comparing Zend's effort

Now I don't want this to be mistaken for a review of Symfony, maybe my expectation were just too high. I wonder if Zend will be able to do better. From what I saw of the Zend Framework CVS structure, it is at least similar to Symfony.

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