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Old 01-10-2015, 05:23 AM
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Hello All,

I want to know that Which framework is best now days?

I will start new project so I want to know your opinion.

Laravel, CI or CakePHP.

Thank you in advanace?
 
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Old 01-11-2015, 11:22 AM
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Definitely Laravel.

It's really well maintained and Taylor Otwell (the creator of Laravel) is now working on the framework full time. Using composer really helps speed things up, and if you sign up for Laracasts you can learn a lot about Laravel in a really short space of time.

Good luck!
 
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Old 01-12-2015, 06:26 AM
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Hi,

Go with CI . its good for development.

Happy Coding!
 
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Go with CI . its good for development.

Happy Coding!
Why is CI good for development?
 
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Old 01-12-2015, 06:58 PM
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I never tried other framework other than CI, so far it's all I need. It's easy to learn and use. It's documentation is easy to understand and it's complete. It has also good community base.
 
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Old 01-12-2015, 11:09 PM
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Hi,
I have used CI for many client projects.
CI is good because of given reasons :

1. Simplicity - easy to use
2. Documentation - good documentation.
3. No commercialism - 100% free
4. Massive community - Big community of developers working on CI
5. Ample of resources
7. Popular amoung developers
8. Stable framework

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Old 01-13-2015, 06:17 PM
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I have to say that moving to Laravel is tempting especially when you see a lot of your peers jump ship. But for now, with my existing project, I am sticking with Codeigniter. Partly because it has gotten so big that it'll be quite a project to port things over. A friend of mine once said, Codeigniter serves him well and he has no need to change.

But anyway, Codeigniter is also good as it is. I believe version 3 (I have been looking at development) introduces a lot of improvement. Though be warned that upgrading from version 2 to version 3 is not an easy task. I looked at the steps and there are a lot of things that need to change in your existing code.

Perhaps Laravel has some good advantages. But getting started is quite a hassle as you need other dependencies like composer. And composer needs other dependencies. Though, if this is for a new project and you feel like learning something new, you can take consider Laravel. In fact that is what I did when I took up Codeigniter.
 
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I have to say that moving to Laravel is tempting especially when you see a lot of your peers jump ship. But for now, with my existing project, I am sticking with Codeigniter. Partly because it has gotten so big that it'll be quite a project to port things over. A friend of mine once said, Codeigniter serves him well and he has no need to change.

But anyway, Codeigniter is also good as it is. I believe version 3 (I have been looking at development) introduces a lot of improvement. Though be warned that upgrading from version 2 to version 3 is not an easy task. I looked at the steps and there are a lot of things that need to change in your existing code.

Perhaps Laravel has some good advantages. But getting started is quite a hassle as you need other dependencies like composer. And composer needs other dependencies. Though, if this is for a new project and you feel like learning something new, you can take consider Laravel. In fact that is what I did when I took up Codeigniter.
I'm not quite sure how CI handles relationships, pivot tables, etc, but in Laravel it's an absolutely dream. So if you're working on a large project with lots of relationships, then I'd highly recommend switching over.
 
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Thanks to all of you for your suggestions. your suggestions will definitely help me a lot.

My eyes goes for Laravel for learning new things and quite bored to use same framework.

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Out of the three, Laravel. But I also advise anyone who's undecided on frameworks to try multiple and even try to build your own. It's one heck of a learning experience.
 
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I think Symfony has the biggest database of components and superb community
 
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I think Symfony has the biggest database of components and superb community
Well not quite. Symfony relies on Composer. Technically, any framework or composer app also has access to the same database of components.

I'll give you points on the community part though. Fabien (Symfony founder, Twig developer) is awesome.
 
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Don't miss to try YII, which is best ever to learn. It is really fast and user friendly.
Good luck for your new project!
 
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Try not to miss to attempt YII, which is best ever to learn. It is truly quick and easy to understand.

Good fortunes for your new venture!
 
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CI is a best frame work, Because its easily to access and easily to Understand
 
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