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qooxdoo
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
It's the only framework I know where we can build applications, not sites (although you can make sites too). It's like build a desktop app on a multi platform framework like gtk, qt, etc, where you make a window with buttons and text edit boxes without concern about…
Laravel
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
One of the best web frameworks I have worked with! It's so easy and quick to setup anything really and the documentation written from a developer perspective was helping there too. A big plus is also the huge (growing) amount of packages you can easily install via composer…
Vaadin
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Easy to use and efficient. All of those not happy with it are probably Angular fanboys. It is very helpful for both Beginners and Seniors alike.
CodeIgniter
4 / 5 Star Star Star Star
CodeIgniter is great for working with APIs and creating webapps. It has a smooth learning curve.
PhalconPHP
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
A full stack framework that is faster than most if not all micro frameworks. This framework is not for beginners. It gives you the tools, but it's up to the developer to implement them. If you have a genuine understanding of PHP, and performance is of concern, look…
PhalconPHP
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Phlacon is from my point of view not just fastest framework on the market, but also it offers various features and nice components. Also very good to use as MicroFramework for restfull API's or full MVC framework. Comes with C ORM, and twig template engine. Also what I…
Laravel
4 / 5 Star Star Star Star
Laravel is a PHP framework committed to elegance and simplicity. Programming doesn't have to be painful. In fact, it can be enjoyable with the right tools. Laravel is one of those tools.
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…
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