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    Zend VS Code Igniter vs Cake VS Symphony

    Who have more advantages ?

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    Please do a search. If you don't find the info you need, try to ask a more specific question. "Advantages" is very arbitrary.

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    I prefer zend over the others, I prefer their model. It is harder to use, but it gives me less bloat
    chrome is a wrapper that combines a browser with spyware

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    I searched Google first, I tend to use Zend, because of better integration with different API's but I want to know the opinions of programmers that use this frameworks in their work.

    I want to know somethink like this: Zend is better with API, CodeIgniter is faster, Cake is similar to Ruby, with more details which php application can you build more scalable, faster..., with this frameworks.

    Cups, thanks for the chart, I didn't know that CakePhp have Ajax Support

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    your own framework is better, other framework creates for mass user, no matter how open they are, won't suit unique project, there will be a lot of redundant.

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    codeigniter is easy to use for beginners like me

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    CodeIgniter is the easiest to set up and wrap your head around.

    CI helped me to understand the MVC architecture and OOP - so I recommend that as a great place to start.

    Zend is a little harder get going, but I think the features it has puts it a cut above CI.
    ~ Nate L ~

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    I spent a while looking at all three and in the end went with Zend. I think I made the right choice.


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