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Inside Open Source:
Initial Thoughts on the Zend Framework
January 11, 2007 @ 08:35:00

In this new entry on the APress "Inside Open Source" blog, Matt Wade shares some of his thoughts on one of the more popular PHP frameworks - the Zend Framework.

I've found that using the framework has significantly decreased my development time and really just given me cleaner, easier to maintain code. Of course, these are the goals of any framework. I do have a couple of issues I've come across and it is those I'd like to talk about.

The two issues he mentions were problems with the Zend_Db component (not everyone has just one primary key in their table) and caching problems with Zend_Cache (no unique lifetimes included).

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