Latest web framework reviews

Vaadin
1 / 5 Star
Vaadin is an irresponsible scam. All positive reviews must be written by marketers or junior developers. Compiling Java code into JavaScript is a born-dead idea, produces non-debuggable mess. If you want to do any custom stuff, you are in big trouble with Vaadin. But if you want to…
Vaadin
1 / 5 Star
It is simply the opposite of it's description. Who is giving 5 stars is simply a Vaadin partner. Hardly not recommended.
Vaadin
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Been using for over two years. Serious intranet app is on Vaadin. You want 'components'? Vaadin has had them for years. You can build some serious stuff. Some people giving one star found it 'unnecessarily complicated'. There is some of that. Spend a little time, and you…
Laravel
4 / 5 Star Star Star Star
Elegant code structure, Enterprise level project support.
CodeIgniter
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Easy to learn and fairly powerful, but an awful implementation of the MVC concept. Data must be defined 3 times: once in the model for storage, once in the view for the input fields and once in the controller for validation. This is a lot of code duplication…
Spring
5 / 5 Star Star Star Star Star
Very happy with Spring and all spring-boot components.
Zend Framework
3 / 5 Star Star Star
Not complicated, not very difficult but poor documentation makes it very difficult for a beginner or experienced developer switching from another technology. But a mentor can make things very easy if you have a college already working on it and he is willing to help with the things…
Swiftlet
4 / 5 Star Star Star Star
Love it. I can recommend Swiftlet if you're looking for a simple MVC framework without much overhead.
Laravel
5 / 5 Star 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.
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…
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