A Glimpse of Various PHP Frameworks
PHP technology is an open source scripting language that is designed for web development purposes to build dynamic web pages. PHP applications are generally hosted or found on Linux Servers. Its functionality is same as Windows platform by Active Server Pages Technology. PHP frameworks are a great way to increase programming efficiency. The market is full with several PHP frameworks which can be used as per the requirements of the project. It is in the hands of the PHP programmers to help you choose a PHP framework that would work best for your project. Therefore, we begin to elaborate on the top five PHP frameworks:
Symfony framework: It is a full stack framework. The architecture, components and tools Symfony provides the developers with are to develop complex web applications which help them build faster. Its package of supplementary tools are aimed at testing, debugging, and documenting your project effectively. It is a complaint with most of the web 'best practices' and with 'design patterns'. Several web features are also included in it. Symfony development is considered to be among the best PHP frameworks.
Zend Framework: This framework is an open source and object oriented web application framework that can be implemented with PHP 5. Individual components are for many other requirements in web application development. Zend Framework works upon to promote web development in PHP.
Smarty Framework: It is also popularly known as Template Engine. Its focus is on the quick development of web applications. The Pure PHP Template option and the most robust feature Template Inheritance are incorporated in it. Smarty Framework is compatible with Tons of Template Syntax Enhancements and PHP Streams Support.
CakePHP: An open source web application framework for PHP to produce an extensible architecture for developing, maintaining and deploying applications. MVC and ORM are its most commonly used design patterns. The coding efforts are reduced by this as well as the development costs. CakePHP framework is easy-to-use and very simple. One of the most secured framework, authentic and a session handler.
Pardo: A component-based and event-driven framework for rapid web programming possesses the ease of use, robustness and team integration. Component of Pardo is a combination of specification file (in XML), an HTML template and a PHP class.
All the above are famous PHP frameworks along with their unique features for which they are popularly used. They can be customized depending on the one you choose and your project requirements as well. Creative and rapid application development, reduction of coding and much more are the main reasons these frameworks are used for!
Terry Littrell - About Author:
The author presents an overview of the several PHP frameworks at once. Symfony Development offers various tools to make application development robust and quick. The author also writes on Symfony Framework and more.
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