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Subject:Cake anyone?
Summary:If you want a PHP 4 framework then check out CakePHP
Author:langdon stevenson
Date:2006-04-27 12:22:56
Update:2009-06-16 08:42:16

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langdon stevenson
2006-04-27 18:04:31
I am a recent conver to frameworks and PHP frameworks in particular.

After looking at many I settled on CakePHP (http://cakephp.org/).


1. It runs on PHP 4 and 5 (but my web host doesn't offer PHP 5 so I need 4 support)
2. I found it the easiest to understand and get working with
3. It has features like Ajax support built in that I needed
4. It has a fantastic developer community that will help you solve any problem that you hit. Ultimately this is worth its weight in gold.

CakePHP may not be the best framework out there (I have no idea as I haven't done a head to head test), but I _can_ say that it works, and works well. My websites are easier to develop and easier to maintain.

In my opinion, if you need PHP 4 support, then CakePHP is worth a look.


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2007-07-25 17:27:27 - In reply to message 1 from langdon stevenson
Cakephp is easy to install.But I dont think there are many documentations in the web

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2008-03-13 18:47:06 - In reply to message 1 from langdon stevenson
Really CakPHP is good framework , i have dome more than five projects in cakephp.

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2008-03-13 18:53:45 - In reply to message 2 from zubines
There are a lot of document and help.

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2009-06-16 08:42:16 - In reply to message 3 from jagat
Hello,am senthil.......

I like cake....... is a good one for PHP Prof

can you help me for doing project in CakePKP