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    Smile Frame work

    Hi...

    I have a question.. i am a newbie in php so the question can be a stupid question..

    1.Should i use php framework or start from scratch?

    2. Which framework you recomeded for new php developer?

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    As per my reply on phpfreaks...

    1. It really depends. Ask yourself if you feel your project will benefit from a framework or if you should use something like a CMS instead. Realize that existing frameworks are worked on and tested by thousands of people, so there is generally high quality code, performance, and security. Can you deliver the same end product?

    2. CodeIgniter is very easy to pick up, and is a pretty decent framework so I would start with that.


    It is always fun to make your own framework though. Not necessarily for a production website, but just to learn how everything works.

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    Thats great...

    I think i should use frameworks becuase all senior and expreinced php developer recomeded framworkd specially codeigniter and symphony

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    Friend,

    Can you please suggest me some tutorial links for codeigniter?

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    CodeIgniter is arguably the most well-documented PHP framework out there.

    You'll likely learn all you need to know from their user guide. http://codeigniter.com/user_guide/

    If not, they have very active and helpful forums.

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