Latest web framework reviews

ColdBox
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
The best CFML framework! A lot of functionality, I love the modularity aspect. Easy to reuse code. Now there is a complete ecosystem with the introduction of CommandBox I can start a project, fire up a server and start code in less than 30 seconds. Amazing!!!
Nette
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Great FW, really fast to learn and easy to use. Great Tracy for error debug. Caching works well so it is really fast framework.
Yii
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
The best PHP framework I have come across. I am also surprised that not many US companies are using it. Gii is the best tool one can use to kick start their project. A complete ORM feature for the DB. If you have a project to roll out...
Yii
3 / 5 Star Star Star
:( I'm very sorry. But this is not at all simplicity... I appreciate it without a single doubt! But it seems that when we have hands, we use legs to wash our face. Personal opinion. If Yii were the only php framework, I would, without a single counter-thought,...
Nette
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Easy to learn, very good debugger, DI, NotORM database (but you can easily use Doctrine instead), Latte templates and much more.
Vaadin
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
As a Java developer who specialised in Swing, stumbling across Vaadin when researching what framework to use to port our legacy Swing app to a Web app was like a dream come true! You will hit the ground running, and for the most part you really can forget about...
CodeIgniter
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
CodeIgniter is the good and best framework. Very easy to learn and quickly to implement projects. Great for people which never uses PHP framework and want to try it, it is easy to learn. I tried also other frameworks, but I can't install it. I recommend it.
Adventure PHP Framework
1 / 5 Star
Stay away. Far away. Really awful templating and the thing is a cluster F. Way too much overhead and it's not intuitive at all.
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