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Your favorite PHP Framework?  

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Frameworks implement the Model-View-Controller design pattern in PHP.

The Model part is most often the database data model and relational design.

The View part is the presentation layer, which is strictly separated from the database layer.

The Controller part controls the execution flow and acts as a middleman / mediator between Model and View.


The most popular PHP frameworks are:

CakePHP - http://cakephp.org/

A structured framework that enables PHP users at all levels to rapidly develop robust web applications, without any loss to flexibility.


Symphony - http://symfony.com/legacy

Offers a "Ruby on Rails" like approach to web development. Symphony is well documented, simple to use and can be easily extended or modified.


Prado - http://www.xisc.com/

An event-driven and component-based framework for Web application development in PHP 5.


Zend Framework - https://framework.zend.com/

A complete framework to develop PHP 5 applications. It provides a repository of components that are actively supported.


Seagull - http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/

Seagull is an object-oriented framework written in PHP that focuses on best practices, clean code and reusable components.

Edited by dserban (see edit history)

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