Lions, Tigers, and Web Development Frameworks, oh my!
Apparently I've stumbled upon a problem that has recently faced many web developers. That is, I would like to adopt an open-source web development framework for mid-sized project. Well... searching that phrase only yields 200,000+ results. So how does one choose?
I guess Ruby on Rails sparked the whole "Web Development Framework" movement (among other things). I've typically usedphp for my web-based projects in the past, but over the last 2 years, I've also become a huge fan of python. I'm not opposed to learning a whole new language (in fact, I'm quite for it!), but for this particular project, I'd like to stick with something I already know quite well. So, that limits my languages to PHP and Python.
Additionally, I would like that the framework support multiple databases on the back-end (especially SQLite!), and that there not be huge additional requirements to get things up and running. I would also like it to integrate nicely with Prototype , and, if it works on Mac OS X, that a huge PLUS!
So, for the PHP side of things, my top three candidates were:symfony prado CakePHP
I've already started working through symfony's excellent tutorials, and there are two main reasons that I chose symfony to start with:An online book (and excellent Documentation) An easy-to-use sandbox . This lets me get started quickly with it.
I've still got a soft spot in my heart for Python, and eventually, I'd like to let it into my Web Development world. I've read good things about both TurboGears and Django . Interestingly enough, Django comes bundled with its own (lightweight) web server (for testing purposes), so it's a great candidate for anyone wanting a framework with little overhead... It will probably be my overall number 2 choice.
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