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Marco van Hylckama Vlieg's Blog:
Which PHP framework holds a promise for the future?
February 23, 2006 @ 07:34:02

In this new post from Marco van Hylckama Vlieg, he asks a question of his readers - "Which PHP framework holds a promise for the future?"

I thought I'd throw in a question for a change! As I'm quite sure at least some of my readers are skilled PHP developers, some of them might be able to throw in some insightful remarks when it comes to the future of PHP5 and frameworks.

He mentions developers that are tired of "plumbing code" (the guts of the app), but havent found something in the PHP realm that fits. He mentions three frameworks specifically; Symfony, WASP, CakePHP.

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