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    Thank you very much all friends
    Discussion you is beautiful about SMARTY and template engine. i find a learn for mvc and work to it.
    1. what your standpoint about use mvc-PHPRO?
    link: http://www.phpro.org/tutorials/Model...oller-MVC.html
    2. did mvc is a template engine or framework?
    3. How much is impressible mvc to speed website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thruska
    @oddz - Hmm...I didn't say the first quote (seems like mohrt said it). Weird.
    Yeah, your right that was, mohrt. Sorry about messing that up.

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    There are plenty of cases with just the opposite experience as thruska. Easy to implement, and saves a ton of cycles maintaining templates.

    If you have a project with non-coders maintaining templates, that is where Smarty shines. Many will also use it on projects simply because they prefer the syntax over PHP. On a small project where one developer maintains everything is a use-case that is commonly not a good fit for Smarty.

    The best approach is to understand Smarty and make an informed decision for yourself. Don't rely on opinions and assumptions. This is a decent introduction:

    http://www.smarty.net/about_smarty


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