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RE: List of Confirmed Features - Josh H. - 2012-04-23

Quote:Speaking of CodeIgniter... To the experienced developers out there, what's so wrong about it?

Been meaning to ask this too.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Euan T - 2012-04-23

The main problem with Codeigniter for me is the fact it uses ActiveRecord over PDO for database access. I prefer PDO my self due to how it works (prepared statements FTW!).


RE: List of Confirmed Features - faviouz - 2012-04-23

The PDO driver has been available since 2.1 I believe. However I couldn't find any documentation for it so I'm not using it, but I would very much love to. Toungue


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Alex Smith - 2012-04-23

I say the team should throw a curve ball and use web2py :-P. Then we won't have to argue over which php framework to use.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Lo. - 2012-04-24

(2012-04-23, 05:43 PM)Alex Smith Wrote: I say the team should throw a curve ball and use web2py :-P. Then we won't have to argue over which php framework to use.

THIS!


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Josh H. - 2012-04-24

Now we can argue over python frameworks Big Grin


RE: List of Confirmed Features - ekerazha - 2012-04-24

(2012-04-23, 02:42 PM)Fábio Maia Wrote: Speaking of CodeIgniter... To the experienced developers out there, what's so wrong about it?

Often it's a question of timing. When I chose my PHP Framework (Yii), CodeIgniter was a PHP4 framework, it had an older design and it was slower. I don't know how CodeIgniter 2 improved over its previous version. At that time, Yii was probably the most efficient framework out there (autoload, yiilite.php single file framework etc.). Now, I think that competitors have improved too. Yii was always marketed as an "high-performance PHP framework" and I can say that the Yii community is quite touchy about performances and the design changes (like the design changes of the 2.0 version) are also evaluated on the basis of performances considerations (just look at topics like this http://www.yiiframework.com/forum/index.php/topic/29653-new-event-system-or-not/ ).


RE: List of Confirmed Features - kdevs - 2012-04-24

There is some pretty good discussions in r/php on reddit about frameworks, here: http://www.reddit.com/r/PHP/search?q=framework&restrict_sr=on (Look through the most recent posts)

I use CI daily, I love the framework. But I've also heard it's not fit enough for large software, such as MyBB. But that's what I heard though.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - pcfreak30 - 2012-04-28

IMHO codeigniter is made to be easy to use for beginners and kind of gets marketed as such.

Now I have just start to use Yii, and i love it. It does use a form of active record. You create a instance of a form model, add properties and use the save() method.

Also Yii uses lazy loading so things are called on as as-need basis. i also can say the Gii tool is VERY helpful. CodeIgniter is a good framework but I feel Yii is what should be used Smile.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - zbaig - 2012-05-02

what is team's opinion regarding CakePHP Framework?