Tag Archives: QCubed

PHP Framework Comparison

PHP Framework Comparison

What is a PHP Framework?

A PHP framework is a set of functions and classes written in PHP that provides a starting point for developing web applications. Frameworks vary in directory structure, feature set, and documentation/support.

Why Use a PHP Framework?

As a PHP developer, it is frustrating to have to code projects over and over again from scratch. Many projects share common features such as mail functions, file handling, database connection, converting and translating text, and on, and on. By alleviating these common coding tasks, a good PHP framework allows a developer to focus more on custom business logic.

I am going to compare a few common PHP frameworks that I have used, feel free to add your own opinions and any frameworks I will inevitably miss.

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QCodo/QCubed

QCodo/QCubed

I have been developing applications from a PHP framework and code generation system called QCodo recently. And more recently, its community-driven branch dubbed QCubed. The QCubed platform is beneficial to me mostly because it allows object-oriented PHP code to be generated from a MySQL database structure (as well as many others) . I use PHP/MySQL almost exclusively in projects here at Piranha Method, so this is a perfect tool for me. Read the rest of this entry