Latest web framework reviews

Django
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Django is home to several websites of mine. It's holds up extremely well and it much cheaper to develop and maintain than so many other frameworks I hear about. Just look at the explosion of popularity for Python jobs on indeed and you will understand why Django is...
Yii
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Great, easy to learn, structured, not so much esoteric! I really love this framework and I think everyone should see this before making a choice.
qooxdoo
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Excellent! Works like I expected, couldn't be more happy with this. You have to read a lot to use it, indeed.
My Library
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Been using since 2010. Never needed an update. Works in everything, even the worst browsers ever produced by MS.
PhalconPHP
3 / 5 Star Star Star
Phalcon is undoubtedly one of the most fast frameworks out there, and that's its strong point. On the other hand, the documentation is a bit disorganized, Web tools (code generator) has major issues in Windows, and it is still lacking a bit more of a community to help...
CakePHP
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
It is very secure and highly structured framework. It just beat .net. Very user friendly. CakePHP is fully MVC.
Django
1 / 5 Star
Follow the convention of Old Centuries do not get good libraries... not happy to use it in a huge data uploading application.
Kohana
4 / 5 Star Star Star Star
- Framework is indeed powerful, secure and easy to learn - It's not only MVC, but HMVC, which is an amazing feature (see the main website for explanation), I don't understand why the other frameworks do not adopt this concept - Documentation is a little poor, that's why I give...
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