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Laravel
3 / 5 Star Star Star
Easy to understand, if you come from ASP.NET MVC this is the right framework to use, and it has a really complete set of components for most applications.
Ext
4 / 5 Star Star Star Star
The beste RIA framework on the market. I reduce one star because the commercial license is very expensive.
Kohana
2 / 5 Star Star
I've work in Kohana for about 4-5 years. - Weak ORM. It will execute a SHOW COLUMNS query for every single instantiate. It also uses SELECT column1, column2, ... column instead of SELECT * - No RESTful support. You cannot build powerful APIs - No built-in CSRF check (yes it can...
Nette
2 / 5 Star Star
This is definitely for non-developers as it promotes anti-patterns, has a very little understanding of namespacing and the documentation is absolutely appalling missing quite a lot of info. Of course, no real ORM either so you are left with adding Doctrine manually I would recommend anything else over this wannabe...
Vaadin
2 / 5 Star Star
Vaadin has some nice add-ons, but somehow nothing works out of box. Widgetsets, stylesheets, Java code, Ivy settings, deployment issues: too many dependencies that breaks too easily. Debugging is painful. UI development is very slow because all of this crap.
Laravel
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Easy to understand, if you come from ASP.NET MVC this is the right framework to use, and it has a really complete set of components for most applications.
Play
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
My favourite framework so far. URL mapping is the best I've seen and templating is super flexible.
Vaadin
3 / 5 Star Star Star
It is so cool as a young developer, cudos to the developers of this wonderful framework. Made things so easy for me to understand and learn.
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