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Alex Young's Blog:
The Future of PHP is More Depressing than Ever
Mar 03, 2006 @ 07:03:29

From Alex Young's blog there comes this post stating some of his opinions about the future of PHP and how it "is more depressing than ever".

Rasmus Lerdorf wrote quite a nice article called The no-framework PHP MVC framework. In it, he demonstrates how to create a simple application by using the model view controller design pattern. Using this design pattern, he creates a basic framework to save some effort with common tasks.

Put your hands up if you were a PHP programmer who was writing python or ruby on the side due to the incomprehensibly naive design of PHP… Now put your hands up if you understand and have worked extensively with object oriented programming, functional programming and perhaps agile programming. You're the guys I'm talking to.

He continues, alluding to the lack of sophistication amung PHP developers (procedural over OOP?) and some comments about what he thinks PHP is really missing. He does, however, encourage those out there just getting into design patterns with PHP to check out the article if for nothing more than a good intro to MVC.

tagged: future enhancement rasmus mvc no-framework what\'s missing future enhancement rasmus mvc no-framework what\'s missing

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Alex Young's Blog:
The Future of PHP is More Depressing than Ever
Mar 03, 2006 @ 07:03:29

From Alex Young's blog there comes this post stating some of his opinions about the future of PHP and how it "is more depressing than ever".

Rasmus Lerdorf wrote quite a nice article called The no-framework PHP MVC framework. In it, he demonstrates how to create a simple application by using the model view controller design pattern. Using this design pattern, he creates a basic framework to save some effort with common tasks.

Put your hands up if you were a PHP programmer who was writing python or ruby on the side due to the incomprehensibly naive design of PHP… Now put your hands up if you understand and have worked extensively with object oriented programming, functional programming and perhaps agile programming. You're the guys I'm talking to.

He continues, alluding to the lack of sophistication amung PHP developers (procedural over OOP?) and some comments about what he thinks PHP is really missing. He does, however, encourage those out there just getting into design patterns with PHP to check out the article if for nothing more than a good intro to MVC.

tagged: future enhancement rasmus mvc no-framework what\'s missing future enhancement rasmus mvc no-framework what\'s missing

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Rasmus Lerdorf - Web 2.0's John Wayne
Mar 01, 2006 @ 07:19:20

In the latest entry on the SitePoint PHP Blog, Harry Fuecks has posted that points out a new tutorial from Rasmus.

The tutorial, the no-framework PHP MVC framework, uses a good combination of PHP and Javascript to seperate out the backend logic of the system from the controller and output from the resulting scripts. He provides all of the code and a few illustrations along the way to help you understand how the code should flow. There's even an example app to play with to see how it will all come out.

Harry has also included a few "highly-quotable Rasmus" bits in his post and suggests that Rasmus is Web 2.0's "John Wayne"...

tagged: sitepoint rasmus lerdorf no-framework MVC framework sitepoint rasmus lerdorf no-framework MVC framework

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Rasmus Lerdorf - Web 2.0's John Wayne
Mar 01, 2006 @ 07:19:20

In the latest entry on the SitePoint PHP Blog, Harry Fuecks has posted that points out a new tutorial from Rasmus.

The tutorial, the no-framework PHP MVC framework, uses a good combination of PHP and Javascript to seperate out the backend logic of the system from the controller and output from the resulting scripts. He provides all of the code and a few illustrations along the way to help you understand how the code should flow. There's even an example app to play with to see how it will all come out.

Harry has also included a few "highly-quotable Rasmus" bits in his post and suggests that Rasmus is Web 2.0's "John Wayne"...

tagged: sitepoint rasmus lerdorf no-framework MVC framework sitepoint rasmus lerdorf no-framework MVC framework

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